Make those fall bulbs nice and cozy before the ground freezes.
Autumn sees a lot of pumpkins and mums, but we should also be thinking ahead to our tulips and daffodils. If they’re not in the ground soon, you won’t get those pretty blooms come springtime. So dig up some dirt and get gardening!
Sheriden Hansen, with the USU Extension, shares her advice for planting bulbs in the fall. She shares how to give them the best chance at thriving, and what you should look for in a healthy bulb.
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