Naturalizing Bulbs
Naturalizing bulbs are flowers such as snowdrops, crocuses and grape hyacinths. There are naturalizing bulbs for every flowering season and the bulbs are also very easy. It is best to put them in the ground before November and then leave them alone. The flowers keep coming back every year and expanding more and more.

Planting naturalizing bulbs
If you’re looking for a suitable spot in your garden to plant the bulbs, don’t pick an area where you have to dig every year, but find a piece of ground where they can quietly re-emerge every year. When the soil is hard, it is best to turn it over so that you can easily plant the bulbs.

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