Gretchen Platt, the wife of American Meadows' co-owner Ethan Platt (and super-mom to four kids under the age of seven), first showed me around her gardens in late September. The reason for my visit was to walk Gretchen through a garden redesign, as she felt that hers was overdue for some serious edi… Read More →
You may need to lift your bulbs and tubers in the Fall and replant next Spring. Shake off any soil and air dry for several days before storing in a cool, dry, well ventilated location. Do not store in plastic; plants need to breathe.
If you live in Planting Zone 3, most bulbs and tubers will survive your mild winters. Check with your garden professional if you live in Planting Zones 1 or 2 for bulbs, tubers, and perennials that are winter hardy.