It's Autumn Planting Time for Spring Bulbs

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21 Mar 2016

The Collectors' Plant Fair is perfectly timed to plant spring bulbs. This year Easter is followed by the school holidays to give us the necessary down time in the garden.

Autumn is the only time to plant trees, shrubs and perennials as the soils are warm, the air is cooling off and rain is reliable. For us, one of our favourite garden rituals is the planting of spring flowering bulbs in autumn.

To help us with that, we have our friends at Tas Daffodils, Drewitts Bulbs, Club Creek Bulb Farm and Clover Hill Rare Plants coming to the Fair with their delectable smorgasbord of bulbs to choose from - daffodils, tulips, liliums, freesias, dutch iris, muscari, crocus, fritallaria, galanthus and scilla. Bulbs for every region and climate.

The only difficulty will be choosing.

3 weeks to go!