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Did you not get around to planting Tulips and Daffodils and now have a snow-covered garden? If you are in hardiness zones 4-7, try layering bulbs in large containers and placing them in the garage immediately. Come spring, bring outside and voila - A gorgeous array of early spring color to beautify your porch or patio!
When choosing varieties to plant in containers, we suggest layering them, commonly known as “lasagna planting.” This will give you a versatile, unique display of color that will last longer throughout the spring. Towards the bottom of your container try planting gorgeous, hardy Daffodil varieties such as Pink Charm, Misty Glen, Thalia, Butterfly Daffodils Orangery, Cheerfulness and more! We recommend planting the bulbs about 6” deep, making sure there is a good layer of soil below them, allowing their roots to grow.
Next, add a couple of inches of soil to your container and plant Tulip Bulbs. Try adding a variety of different colors such as our Darwin Tulip Mixture, Lily Flowered Mixture, Beauty of Apeldoorn, Pretty Woman, Blue Moon Mix and more. Plant Tulip bulbs about 4-5” deep, if possible, making sure there is a barrier of soil between them and the Daffodil Bulbs.
Fill in the rest of your container with soil, add some bulb fertilizer if you’d like, and place your containers in the garage, making sure the temperature does not get below freezing. In the spring months, once the snow melts and ground temperatures warm, bring your containers outside for a marvelous display of color!