Questions about: Bulbs

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Connor
Answer: Hi Connor, you can grow crocus in Brisbane, they like a rich soil and will grow well in a part sun to sun position. http://www.abc.net.au/gardening...
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Answered: 03:58PM, 18 Mar 2014
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Sandra
Answer: Hi Sandra, To keep them dry (they do like a well drained soil) you can lift them but its not a necessity. You don’t have to lift your jonquil...
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Answered: 09:15AM, 17 Mar 2014
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Shelley
Answer: Summer bulbs that have finished flowering can be moved once they have died down but the optimum time to transplant irises will depend on their vari...
Answered: 04:53PM, 26 Feb 2014
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Lyn
Answer: Hydrangeas can be transplanted to another spot in the garden when they are dormant in winter or propagated via cuttings. The following link provid...
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Answered: 05:17PM, 11 Feb 2014
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Shelley
Answer: This bulb looks very much like chincherinchee or ornithogalum thyrsoides. It grows well in a range of cool and warm climates and prefers an open po...
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Answered: 05:12PM, 14 Jan 2014
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Joan
Answer: Hi Joan, What a shame the daffodils haven’t continue to flower. It could well be that the bulbs being quite a number of years old now have ru...
Answered: 11:11AM, 16 Oct 2013
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Janet
Answer: Bulbs are not at their prettiest when they begin to die down; the droopy, yellowing foliage can look little unsightly. But…. if you cut off ...
Answered: 03:51PM, 10 Oct 2013
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Maria
Answer: Dear Maria, I am assuming your orchids have no flower spikes at the moment. Re-pot your plants early in spring so that they have maximum time to re...
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Answered: 01:57PM, 31 Jul 2013
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Geoff
Answer: Hi Geoff, The bulbs can be planted out now that it is winter. When planting, keep the neck of the bulb at the soil surface. Hippeastrum prefers t...
Answered: 02:02PM, 10 Jul 2013
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Gerry
Answer: The amount of water your flowering cymbidium needs will depend upon the type of media in which it is growing and the temperature inside your home. ...
Answered: 01:37PM, 03 Jul 2013