Growing Bulbs Webinar

$9.99

Fall is a traditional time to wrap up the gardening season in many areas. However, it’s also the perfect time to plant spring flowering bulbs. If you love tulips, hyacinths, crocus, daffodils and other spring bulbs as much as I do, you’ll want to attend this webinar. I’ll talk about common and unusual bulbs, how to plant, care for and protect them  in the garden so they come back each year. I’ll also talk about garlic and other food bulbs to plant in fall.

Webinars are a great way to see and hear me speak without leaving the comfort of your own home! Plus, you get a recording of the webinar to watch as many times as you like.

Come join me!

Growing Bulbs Webinar

Spring flowering bulbs are one of the first colors of spring in many gardens. So, we delight in growing tulips, daffodils, crocus, scilla and many other bulbs in our flower gardens, around trees and in meadows. However, knowing which bulbs grow best in different settings, planting them properly, and protecting them from hungry critters is essential. Many gardener struggle each spring with bulbs that either don’t flower or don’t show up at all. Some are frustrated with bulbs that last a year or to then fizzle.

In this Growing Bulbs Webinar, I’ll talk about common and uncommon bulbs to grow, where to grow them best in your yard, and how to care from them. I’ll talk design ideas for bulbs in the ground and pot and ways to protect them from animals.  Fall isn’t just for flowering bulbs. I’ll discuss planting garlic and shallots in fall for the best success.

In this Webinar you’ll learn about:

  • Different types of bulbs to grow in different places in your yard
  • Some unusual bulb types to grow including species tulips
  • How to plant them properly
  • Fertilizing and dividing bulbs to keep them flowering
  • Techniques for protecting bulbs from critters
  • Planting bulbs in containers and forcing them
  • Growing garlic and shallots in the garden.

This video includes the hour-long presentation and ½ hour of questions and answers.

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