Questions about: Bulbs

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Penny
Answer: Hi Penny, Adding organic matter to the soil and watering the bulbs in with seaweed will give them a good start. Be careful not to over-water as th...
Answered: 01:57PM, 09 May 2012
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Jacinta
Answer: Hi There, No no need for watering just let them die back naturally and store all their nutrients and they will come back next season.
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Answered: 09:37AM, 04 May 2012
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Penny
Answer: Hi Penny, Hyacinth bulbs require about 6 weeks in the refrigerator crisper before planting and are best planted in April or early May. They should...
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Answered: 11:45AM, 03 Apr 2012
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Frank
Answer: Hi Frank, We would suggest that you grow your hibiscus in a sunny spot in your garden. You can still grow it in a pot but the plant would respond ...
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Answered: 11:59AM, 17 Jan 2012
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Barry
Answer: Hi Barry, Propagation of this plant is by bulb planted out in spring/summer before March with the long neck of the bulb just under or just above so...
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Answered: 11:39AM, 12 Jan 2012
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Debbra
Answer: Hi Debbra, Clivia flower late winter/early spring. To ensure that your plants flower next year you need to give them the necessary nutrients they n...
Answered: 04:46PM, 11 Jan 2012
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Justine
Answer: Dear Justine, Once the foliage of your bulbs have died down, you can dig them up, shake off the excess soil and put them in a paper bag ready for m...
Answered: 03:22PM, 21 Oct 2011
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steve
Answer: Hi Steve, The hyacinth bulbs will need to be stored in a cool dark place until next autumn. Put them in the refrigerator crisper 3-4 weeks before p...
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Answered: 10:24AM, 19 Oct 2011
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paul
Answer: Dear Paul, It usually isn’t necessary to lift your daffodil bulbs every year. Generally a clump of bulbs will continue to flower for many ye...
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Answered: 01:55PM, 13 Oct 2011
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Elaine
Answer: Dear Elaine, It would be best to keep fertilising your jonquils with a liquid/soluble fertiliser until the leaves have totally died down. At that ...
Answered: 03:27PM, 12 Sep 2011