Allen & Unwin, 2004 - Bulbs (Plants) - 256 pages
Bulbs can be grown in pots on a sunny windowsill or naturalised in generous swathes across the lawn. 'Gardening with Bulbs' provides a comprehensive guide to growing bulbs in all climates and seasons - from planning and designing with bulbs to lifting and storing them for next season.
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achimenes AMARYLLIDACEAE AMARYLLIDACEAE CONDITIONS Climate Anemone Aspect basal plate begonias blooms blue bluebell bulblets Caladium clumps cold climates colour complete plant food compost cool zones corms Crinum Crocus cultivars cut flower Cut off spent Cyclamen daffodils dahlias deciduous deep watering drained Dutch iris early autumn early spring early summer FEATURES Fertilizing FLOWERING Requirements FLOWERING Season Flowers appear Freesia garden Gladiolus Grape hyacinth ground groups GROWING METHOD Planting Grows best growth Habranthus Hippeastrum hybrids Hymenocallis indoor IRIDACEAE IRIDACEAE CONDITIONS Climate jonquils Lachenalia late spring late summer late winter leaf leaves lily manure or compost mass planted mulch Narcissus Needs well-drained soil Nerine perennials petals pink Plant bulbs potting mix Prefers problems are known purple regular watering Remove spent flower replanted rhizomes roots Scadoxus seed species spent flower stems spider lilies stored suitable temperatures thrips tropics tubers tulips vase warm climates Watsonia yellow
Page 22 - Some other bulbs, such as fritillaries and lilies, do not have these tunics, and will dry out quickly if they are exposed to the air for any length of time.
Page 73 - Remove the outer scales from the parent bulb bv breaking them off at the point where they are attached to the basal plate of the bulb.