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Seeds and bulbs for summer and fall planting by Geo. Tait & Sons, Inc

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  • Nursery stock,
  • Catalogs,
  • Seeds,
  • Bulbs (Plants),
  • Vegetables,
  • Flowers

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StatementGeo. Tait & Sons, Inc
ContributionsHenry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
The Physical Object
Pagination15 pages :
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26451087M

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  In general the seed is best sown as soon as ripe, either in seed trays or in pans, and placed in a cold frame, artificial heat not usually being necessary to germinate seed of most hardy bulbs. Use a well-drained seed compost, sow thinly, and just cover the seed with a fine layer of sifted compost. Keep moist and cool. The seed of some bulbous. Bulbs are easy to grow and offer a wide enchanting array of colors, sizes and blooming periods. We often think of bulbs as tulips, daffodils or crocus but they include a plethora of other beautiful plants such as alliums, anemones, dahlias, iris and many more. First of all, there are 3 main groups of bulbs based on their blooming seasons. Also, because the bulbs will be competing with the flower or shrub for water and nutrients, keep the area well fertilized and watered, especially in spring and fall. Add compost to the soil at planting time, and fertilize the bulbs with a high phosphorus and moderate to low nitrogen fertilizer. Fall Planting Wildflower Seed in Colder Climates. Fall seeding is a good choice if you live in an area that experiences cold or freezing winters, and the ground freezes for more than 60 days. Though you have a shorter growing season, you’ll get a jump start on spring growth, and should see color weeks earlier than with spring planting.

Plants, Seeds & Bulbs; Flower Plants & Seeds; Vegetable Plants & Seeds; Gardening Hand Tools; 20 Large Flowering Fall Bulbs for Planting, Multiple Colors. out of 5 stars $ $ 98 $ $ FREE Shipping. Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide.   Plant these perennial seeds in fall for a gorgeous garden next spring! There are a lot of perennial seeds that can be planted in the fall to sprout the following spring. In cold-winter areas, plant seeds at the depth given on the package instructions after a killing frost but before the ground freezes. Browse summer blooming flower bulbs including calla lilies, dahlias, caladiums and more annual plants & seeds for sale at Burpee. Brighten your home garden with colorful flowering bulbs. Burpee.   Succession Planting In Summer: Fall-Flowering Crocus. Although August can sometimes be one of the hottest months of the season, it is actually the perfect time to plant Fall-Flowering Crocus. These quick-blooming, easy-to-grow bulbs bloom in just weeks and offer up late season blooms that are a great resource for pollinators (and the gardener who’s just not quite ready for winter).