Spring Garden Color Revival
Now is the time to get a jump start on having that early Spring burst of color in your garden.
Initially, with the first bout of warm weather after a long, cold winter, many of us are itching to get outside and “scratch that itch” by buying and planting annuals for color. Unfortunately, that warm weather can easily be followed by a killing frost or two or three—Mother Nature can be so cruel! It’s best to hold off on those annuals and get your color fix with Spring bulbs that you plant in the Fall of the previous year.
Tulips, daffodils, crocus and hyacinths are just some of the bulb choices you have. Plant them in clusters for maximum effect, add some Bulb-tone fertilizer, and you will be rewarded in Spring with a riot of color.Written By Hope Fox