Spring Bulbs

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Bulbs enable the gardener to produce a succession of colour throughout the season. From early crocus, to daffodils, to late tulips, they are the storyline of the spring.

When planting, they will benefit from the addition of an organic soil improver like worm-cast or meal. Drainage is important as you don’t want them to rot over the winter, and a good tip is to plant them twice the depth of their size. We recommend planting in autumn before the cold and frosts, let them set in, sit tight and wait from the soil to warm in the spring. Think of bulbs as plant energy stored i. . . Show More >

Bulbs enable the gardener to produce a succession of colour throughout the season. From early crocus, to daffodils, to late tulips, they are the storyline of the spring.

When planting, they will benefit from the addition of an organic soil improver like worm-cast or meal. Drainage is important as you don’t want them to rot over the winter, and a good tip is to plant them twice the depth of their size. We recommend planting in autumn before the cold and frosts, let them set in, sit tight and wait from the soil to warm in the spring. Think of bulbs as plant energy stored in jack-in-the-boxes, ready to jump into action!

A favourite trick of organic gardeners is to ‘naturalise’ your bulbs. This means planting permanently in lawns or borders and is a great way to recycle any bulbs you’ve grown in containers. If you’d like to naturalise your bulbs or corms, allow the leaves to die back naturally.


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Bulbs enable the gardener to produce a succession of colour throughout the season. From early crocus, to daffodils, to late tulips, they are the storyline of the spring.

When planting, they will benefit from the addition of an organic soil improver like worm-cast or meal. Drainage is important as you don’t want them to rot ov. . . Show More >

Bulbs enable the gardener to produce a succession of colour throughout the season. From early crocus, to daffodils, to late tulips, they are the storyline of the spring.

When planting, they will benefit from the addition of an organic soil improver like worm-cast or meal. Drainage is important as you don’t want them to rot over the winter, and a good tip is to plant them twice the depth of their size. We recommend planting in autumn before the cold and frosts, let them set in, sit tight and wait from the soil to warm in the spring. Think of bulbs as plant energy stored in jack-in-the-boxes, ready to jump into action!

A favourite trick of organic gardeners is to ‘naturalise’ your bulbs. This means planting permanently in lawns or borders and is a great way to recycle any bulbs you’ve grown in containers. If you’d like to naturalise your bulbs or corms, allow the leaves to die back naturally.


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