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Planting bulbs now will be rewarded months later

Planting flower bulbs, such as Tulip Aquilla, now pays off in the spring.
Planting flower bulbs, such as Tulip Aquilla, now pays off in the spring.
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When you plant bulbs in the fall, you bury something that looks pretty brown and boring. Come spring, your hard work pays off. First, a green shoot emerges from the soil, followed by leaves that frame colorful flowers. Presto, your brown, boring bulbs — alliums, tulips, crocuses, daffodils and hyacinths — are buried treasures that send you into spring fever. Choosing the bulbs to bury gets better — and more challenging — each year. “If ...


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