Growing Summer Bulbs Webinar

Many gardeners are thinking of adding color and texture to their flower gardens. For a blast of color, nothing beats summer bulbs. Summer bulbs, such as lilies, dahlias, gladiolus, canna lilies and crocosmia are fast growing, showy and many will last for years and spread.  In this webinar, I’m talking about Growing Summer Bulbs.  I start by defining a summer bulbs, talking about the various corms, tubers and bulbs. I discuss growing conditions they enjoy and best plant partners for each. Then I dive into details of many of the summer flowering bulbs and how to grow them in your garden.

Finally, I talk about care. How to keep your summer bulbs growing strong with fertilization, division, pest controls and storage in winter, if applicable.

About this Webinar

Many gardeners grow Asiatic and Oriental lilies, dahlias, gladiolus, canna lilies, crocosmia and other summer blooming bulbs. But many gardeners also struggle with plants dying, having small flowers, not coming back each year and insect pests. In this webinar I not only talk about growing these individual bulbs and some great varieties, I cover the culture of caring for them.

In this Growing Summer Bulbs Webinar, I talk about choosing the right varieties and summer bulbs for your situation. Most importantly, I walk through the care for these bulbs, whether they stay in the ground because they are hardy, or they are lifted and stored indoors because they are tender.

In this Webinar you’ll learn about:

  • The differences between hardy and tender summer bulbs and which bulbs fall in which categories
  • Detailed descriptions of the major summer bulbs with best varieties
  • Some unusual summer bulbs to try
  • Ways to use summer bulbs in your garden design
  • Using of summer bulbs as cut flowers
  • The care of the various summer bulbs with emphasis on flowering and pest control
  • When and how to divide summer bulbs
  • Storage of tender summer bulbs

This is a one hour-long webinar.

Growing Summer Bulbs Webinar
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Here’s a 3 minute Sample from my past Spring Gardening Webinar to review


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