How To Force Bulbs To Bloom This Spring
If you bought some bulbs last fall and forgot to plant them, it is not too late. Instead of planting them in soil that is probably frozen by now, you can plant them in pots or bowls, store them in your garage, and enjoy their blooms in a few months.
Nothing says spring like the blooms from tulips, crocuses, or daffodils. You can enjoy them in your home by planting them now.
Bulbs don't need really good soil in order to thrive, grow, and bloom. They do need good drainage, though. Be sure to put something like styrofoam peanuts in the bottom of your pot or bowl before adding the soil.
You can plant them closely in order to get a big impact from a lot of blooms.
Cover the bulbs with more soil and then add a little water. They need to be stored in a cold place for a few months so they will feel as if they are outdoors in the winter weather. To get more details on this process, please read this blog post:
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