Interesting! Here, there are some online nursery that sell bulb from subtropical area, for me it's hard to grow them here in our hot heat tropical climate.
Of course, Endah I understand you. It's a pity!
Hello Dear NadezdaYour purchases are successful. Your garden in the spring will be even more beautiful.I bought a new tulip bulbs, crocus but not yet planted.Kisses and greetings.Lucja
Wish you garden is colorful next spring of new bulbs, Lucja!
Oh, I know what you mean! I ordered my bulbs online, so I'm still waiting for them to come in. I told myself not to get carried away this year, but when I saw all the beautiful photos in the catalog, I just couldn't resist. I know as I get to the end of planting them, that I will be searching for any available spot to plant mine, too:)
Oh, this catalog, Rose, it is "dangerous":D ! Sure you will find spots to plant your new purchase.
Tengo que comprar alguno. Un beso.
Claro que si, Teresa!
Haha, I also buy bulbs every year and then don´t know where to plant them. I like the Rembrand tulips I have got them several times.
I'm glad you know Rembrandt tulips, Janneke, these are new to me. I liked 2 varieties of tulips and more other Dutch bulbs. I know they are in good condition.
Nadezda Hello! I have not purchased any of flower bulbs for spring. It may be that in the spring annoying.
Perhaps you have many wild flowers in bloom in spring, Anne. In my place only one color is vernal, it's green (oh, and dandelions) It's a treat to me to see colorful beds in spring.
There is always place for some bulbs! I have ordered many, just waiting for the boxes. Groetjes Hetty
Hetty,no doubt there are many spots to plant new bulbs in your wonderful garden. I always like watching your photos.
I ofteh plant in pots and plant out when other bulgs emerge in spring and I know that I am not planting on existing bulbs.
Good idea, Sue, I am only not sure where to store pots with bulbs when is very cold.
Such happy and healthy bulbs, Nadezda! Next spring, your garden will look even more beautiful than before. :)I haven't bought any bulbs this autumn. Last winter's frost killed practically all the newly planted bulbs. Only some tulips that had stayed in the ground all year survived, but didn't look very happy.Have a lovely weekend!PS I'm happy you liked my photo #6. It's perhaps my favourite too.
Yes, the problem of frosty winter is here too Sara. Last winter my hyacinths did not survived as well. I decided to cover all new plantings with mulch and soil.
I LOVE spring bulbs but am surrounded by an army of chipmunks and squirrels. Every time I get the urge to try again, they eat them all. So, I've thrown in the towel and just enjoy those planted by others.
I see, Judy, it's a pity! Have a happy Thursday!
I loved spring flowers! Kisses:))xxBasia
So do I, Basia!
Reservas para poder replantar.Buena semana Nadezda :))Besos.
Buen fin de semana, Laura!
Planting bulbs in the fall is an act of faith that spring will come, the days become longer. I've purchased a few tulips but may get a few more bulbs for spring. You made some lovely choices and will certainly find space for them.
Yes, I did, Peter. I've weeded and seen more spots for bulbs.
I just placed an online order for bulbs and have more on the porch that are waiting to be planted. Lots of work ahead to get them all in!
Jennifer, you're very right, it's lots of work!
✿ﾟه° ·.Tulipas já vi em floriculturas mas a flor do açafrão nunca vi.Nosso clima não é bom para essas plantas tão lindas!Bom fim de semana com tudo de bom!Beijinhos.✿ﾟه
Esta é uma planta muito bonita, você está certo Ines!
Boa tarde, no outono também se planta, tanto na primavera como no outono, nascem plantas, estarei enganado? posso imaginar que o seu jardim, vai ficar maravilhoso.Bom fim de semana, AG
Meu jardim vai ficar bonito na próxima primavera, espero AG
Impressive shopping! I'm sure that in the spring your garden will be beautiful color!Greetings
It will, Ela, thank you!
What an exciting collection! I'll look forward to seeing them in the spring time.
I'm sure there are a lot of spring flowers in your garden now, Juliet. Happy new week!
Great choices! Happy planting!
Thank you indeed, Jason!
Oh, buying bulbs is so exciting! Buying is easy, finding a right place is hard! I happened to stop in Shiphol Airport in Amsterdam on my way home and I just had to buy some tulips - so I bought a packet of viridaflora tulips. And I have ordered some reticulata irises from UK.
Wow, viridaflora tulips, with green strips. I'd like to buy them as well Tistou. Sure your garden is the prettiest next spring.
Heh - I bought some rockery bulbs by myself (most had position or at least idea where to plant them previously), but then my boss did me present and I got 60 (6x10) bulbs of big tulips. Well, nothing helped - I had to do brand new flowerbed. :D
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