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After a long winter, we are all looking forward to spring and the first spring messengers, which finally ring in spring with tulips, daffodils and daffodils. Lucky if you got that Flower bulbs quickly dug into the ground in the fall.
Now everything can prosper and the garden can be transformed into a sea of flowers. And then when the flowers have withered, they are cut off, the bulbs dug up and stored until autumn. And that's exactly wrong!
So that flower bulbs don't dry up
Because springDo not dig up bulbs, they should stay in the ground all year round. If you dig them up and store them, there is a risk that they will dry up or become infected with a fungus. However, if they remain in the ground, they can form onions during the period when they are not blooming (also called rest time) and gather new strength. So in the following years you got bigger and bigger flower islands. And there is another advantage: you can save yourself the work of digging out and digging in the onions.