Monday, September 25, 2017

Fall is in the Air!


I must confess,  I  love  fall, a favourite time of the year for many reasons. Cooler mornings & beautiful warm afternoons,  colours of reds, oranges and bright golds are throughout the landscapes.  

Growing spring flowers means planting bulbs in the fall.  Here are some of the most popular fall-planted bulbs, which all produce lovely spring flowers.   Tulips, Daffodils, Crocus, Allium, Hyacinth and Irises, these type of fall bulbs spend the winter making roots in order to come up early in the spring.

  • Holland Bulb Booster Fertilizer 9 – 9 – 6   (bone meal)
  • Bulb and soil Dust:  used when planting bulbs into ground  year 1 and for when storing tubers, corms etc., this product helps to prevent root rot.

New arrivals at the garden store include hay bales, other fall décor,mums and pumpkins!

 Links - Fall mum's & decor
How to Plant Fall Bulbs





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