Tag Archives: daffodils

Why I Love Spring-Blooming Bulbs

Spring Tulips

Thousands of spring-blooming bulbs recently arrived at Homestead, so I’ve started my bulb-planning in earnest.  For inspiration, I perused the photos in my “bulb” file and found these beauties I can’t resist sharing.  …

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Planting Daffodils and Saving Time

by Susan Harris

I’m embarrassed to tell you how I used to plant daffodils – one at a time, all spaced about a foot apart.  Here’s what’s wrong with that approach:

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The Hunt for Bambi-Beating Bulbs

by Susan Harris
No, I won’t be beating Bambi over the head with a bag of daffodils but the bulbs I’m planting need to survive the foraging of hungry …

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Are Your Spring Bulbs Coming Up Already?


by Gene Sumi, Homestead Education Coordinator

If you see the green tips of daffodils or tulips poking through the surface of your soil, not to worry!  They may be some …

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What I’m Really Doing in my Garden in November

by Gardening Coach Susan Harris

Here’s my monthly garden-coaching article about what a low-maintenance gardener (ME) really does, and still has a garden she’s thrilled to look at.   So it isn’t the 30+ things …

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