Bulbs planted in the fall that need the cold to provide unequalled spring symphony of color.
These bulbs need only to be planted once & will provide color for years to come.
These bulbs must be bought in the fall and planted before freeze up.
Daffodils should be planted in September but all others including tulips hyacinths crocus, etc should be planted no earlier than mid October-mid November, at the latest.
When planting the rule of thumb is plant bulbs 3-4 times the depth of the bulb height.
Plant in well-drained moderately fertile soil.
Use bonemeal in the bottom of the hole, cover with a bit of soil. Enjoy your spring color display. Remember to let the foliage die back naturally after blooming is past.