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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.
Photographer: Brent and Becky’s Bulbs
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.

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