Rob Bob's Bulb Blog (Sorry I can help myself with bad titles)

If you want to be greeted by an explosion of colour and fragrance this spring, it's easy with James Pond Gardening.

Yes that rhymed I'm more than a just a Gardener.

So I've been doing this a lot for my regulars and I thought I'd share how to invest now for an amazing Spring.

you need to get in your garden and start planting your bulbs in autumn. So now is perfect to grab your shovel and your gloves, it’s time to plant! 

Best part is...

We can grow bulbs almost anywhere Bulbs come in all shapes and sizes so there's no need to limit them to your garden beds. Plant them in pots and put them in any area of your home or garden. Daffodils, tulips and hyacinths are excellent bulbs for pots and you can plant up to eight of them in each pot. Let's Fill your garden with colour

Spring blooming bulbs come in an array of colours. There are all sorts of varieties to choose from including daffodils, tulips, alliums, freesias and hyacinths. Bulbs are easy to plant If you haven't planted bulbs before, it's easy. All you need is a sunny spot and a watering can. If you're planting them in a garden bed, make sure it's in an area that’s well drained. You don't need to plant them deep – roughly twice the height of the bulb will do – then press them in and you're done. Also, add some compost to your soil for added nutrients and drainage. Flowering Bulbs To Plant In Autumn Our top tips for brilliant spring bulbs Here are our tips for planting bulbs: Try and plant your bulbs immediately after you buy them – if you can't, make sure you store them in a cool, dark, dry place. Place shorter bulbs at the front of your garden beds. For visual impact, place your bulbs in zigzags rather than in a straight line. Make a grand statement with colour by mixing different bulbs together. If you're unsure how many to plant, more is always better. 

They are cheap and easy so don't miss out this Spring, just get in touch with me today for a brighter tomorrow 😂 


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