Think spring! Pointers for bulb-planting season
1. Good soil counts. Take the time to prepare the bed where you are going to be planting. Good drainage is particularly important, as most bulbs like it on the dry side during their period of dormancy.
2. A general rule for planting depth is that it should be three times a bulb's diameter. So a tulip bulb two inches across should be planted
six inches deep.
3. Don't be afraid to make bulb "sandwiches." More than one type of bulb can share a planting hole. Put the largest on the bottom, ...»