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Split Daffodil's late spring after bloom- dig 6" down & plant 6" apart.

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6 Tips on Planting Bulbs Late in the Season

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Bearded Irises, need sun in order to bloom, bloom for about a month, different species can bloom at different times, tuber --> very easy to grow and split, can plant in the summer

I buy lots of amaryllis bulbs every fall- pot them & give them as Xmas presents when they start to spike. You can order exotic varieties. I plant mine outside (zone 8) after & they bloom in the spring afterwards (usually the next year,) It's so nice to have something pretty blooming in the winter- some will bloom later, into February.

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When to Spray Fruit Trees

The Best Time to Plant Hydrangeas- Early summer or Late Fall

Bee Balm - It grows over 6 feet tall, smells great, self seeds and attracts hummingbirds. This would be good privacy barrier along fence...at least during summer.

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Tips for Planting Your Favorite Bulbs

Tips for Planting Your Favourite Bulbs: Fill your garden with beautiful bulbs that bloom in spring, summer, and fall - tips to ensure success -

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When to Spray Fruit Trees

Rose of Sharon Shrub- Trim late winter/early spring

Eucomis bicolor Care: Plant bulbs 6 inches deep, in fertile, well-drained soil in full sun. In cooler climates, plant in containers for garden display and overwinter in a frost free location. Water freely in active growth; they do best if dry when dormant.