1916-1917 bulbs and seeds for early winter planting

by Morris & Snow Seed Co

Publisher: Morris & Snow Seed Co. in Los Angeles, Calif

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  • Bulbs (Plants),
  • Ornamental Plants,
  • Flowers,
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StatementMorris & Snow Seed Co
ContributionsHenry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
The Physical Object
Pagination[16] p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25915520M
OCLC/WorldCa893629714

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What to sow from autumn through into winter. Although the main sowing times are springtime and then late summer, there are quite a few things that you can sow in the autumn and winter-time, particularly salad leaves and greens. If you have a polytunnel or greenhouse, you will be able to grow more things.   When the leaves on the bulbs are thoroughly dry, I trim the root end and leave about an inch at the leaf end. All this takes place in my pole barn. I live just north of Kansas City, Missouri, and plant the bulbs in a 4 X 8 raised bed in late October, early November. I plant them 4 inches deep and cover with about four inches of shredded leaves. Browse Park Seed's large selection of spring, fall, outdoor and indoor flower bulbs. Grow tulips, daffodils, lilies, callas and more to add brilliant colors and fragrances to your garden. Collection A: The Early to Late Red Tulip Garden For brilliant scarlet spring color from beginning to end, this collection features varieties from a succession of classes. Estimated planting area: 75 square feet.

Soak your bulbs in liquid plant food for half an hour before planting. Plant large bulbs several inches apart; plant small bulbs closer together. After planting, water deeply. Deadhead all bulbs after flowering to divert the plant's energy into the remaining flowers. To insulate the bulbs in winter, cover the bed with at least 4 inches of mulch. Beautiful selections of fall planted bulbs brighten the spring landscape after a long, cold winter. With a little work in the fall, you will enjoy a bit of self-gratification when fleshy, new leaves emerge from the soil signaling the end of winter. - Explore Gigi's CakeBoutique's board "winter sowing", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Veggie garden, Gardening tips, Sowing pins.   In the early springtime, the bulbs will begin to shoot green foliage above the soil. The timing for planting in each region of the country varies depending on the local climate. The idea behind planting your garlic early in the winter is to develop a root system before the winter .

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Most winter bloomers, including bulbs, need put in the ground in the fall in order for you to enjoy the best winter flowers. And, while you’re counting down the days until spring, you can daydream about planting these flowers (and more!) that bloom in winter to.

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Asters, chrysanthemum, salvias and ornamental grasses are a few perennials that emerge and distract the eye when bulb foliage is yellowing.

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Most planting charts and seed packets refer to weeks before or after average frost dates as a guide for when to sow seeds or plant (set)!transplants outdoors. The “average last frost date" of the season lands in the late winter or spring. The “average first frost date" lands in the fall or early winter.

Planting charts and seed. Plant your bulbs in early winter if possible. You cannot plant bulbs while the ground is frozen, so if it is, place your bulbs in a thick plastic bag called a poly bag, which is available at your local home and garden store.

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Make certain you plant before the ground freezes solid so roots have a chance to start growing. Please note though, that tulips are an exception; as long as you can still get them into the ground in the fall or early winter, you can plant them. For Southern climates, plant bulbs in mid-October through November.

To enjoy colour and scent indoors, forced bulbs like hyacinths and amaryllis are ideal. They’ll be available to buy in many garden centres, but you can also force the bulbs yourself.

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Winter-flowering plants are perfect for adding a splash of colour to the garden in the coldest, darkest months. There’s plenty of winter flowering plants to grow, from climbers such as winter clematis to shrubs like mahonia and bedding plants like pansies – there’s something to flower for every spot in every garden.

Planting: Plant potted plants in fall or early spring and seeds in winter, spring, or fall. Shasta Daisies boast huge white blooms, sunny yellow center disks and glossy green foliage and best of all, they flower for the entire summer season.

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Garlic is an excellent herb to grow in your garden. It is a relatively carefree plant and has few pests or diseases. Because the bulb is located so close to the surface, only shallow cultivation can be practiced. So plant in an area as free of weeds as possible.

A mulch of leaves or other material free of weeds seeds will help garlic to grow hassle free. Most planting is done in October and. Don't leave your garden just yet. Late Fall and early Winter is the time to plant some easy edibles, put in some spring-blooming bulbs, and scatter the sweeps of wildflowers that will be a delight come Spring and Summer.

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Planting flower bulbs is a simple and inexpensive way to add splashes of color to your garden. Fall planted flower bulbs such as Tulips, Daffodils, and Alliums are planted in the fall and bloom the following spring.

Spring planted flower bulbs such as Dahlia, Gladiolus, and Lilies are planted in the spring and flower in the summer. That means bulbs generally are easy and foolproof garden plants. With the exception of a few "fall-blooming" types, bulbs are planted in the fall and bloom the following spring.

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A light mulch of straw will protect it from early frosts and permit harvest into winter. GARLIC. Plant garlic in late October to November 10 for early summer harvest. KALE. Plant seeds in July and transplant until mid-August. KOHLRABI. Sow seed until mid-July for fall crop.

Both white and purple varieties are suitable. Harvest when stems are 1. Even as winter takes hold, there are a few tough little winter flowering bulbs that are happy to brave the cold and bring a welcome splash of colour to brighten the darkest days of the year.

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Crocuses are followed by daffodils, then tulips, then irises.