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Forcing Spring-Flowering Bulbs Indoors - Houseplants - About.com
Learn how to force spring-flowering bulbs like hyacinth and tulips indoors, so you can enjoy their blooms for another year.
http://houseplants.about.com/od/propagatingyourplants/a/Forcing-Spring-Flowering-Bulbs-Indoors.htm
How to Grow Narcissus Bulbs - Conditions, Propagation - Houseplants
Like other spring-flowering bulbs, narcissus can be forced to bloom, but will require a chilling period of about 12 weeks. The exception to this are the aperwhite ...
http://houseplants.about.com/od/foliageplants/p/Narcissus-How-To-Grow-Narcissus-Bulbs.htm
Top Spring Blooming Bulbs - Gardening - About.com
Spring blooming bulbs mean winter is finally over. Here are 6 great spring flowers that require very little effort, but deliver weeks of bloom.
http://gardening.about.com/od/floweringbulbs/tp/Best-Spring-Blooming-Bulbs.htm
FAQs - Growing and Caring for Spring Flowering Bulbs - Gardening
Spring flowering bulbs are easy to grow and a most welcome sight after a long winter. With a little care at planting time, spring blooming bulbs will reward you ...
http://gardening.about.com/od/floweringbulbs/tp/Spring-Flowering-Bulbs-FAQ.htm
Forcing Spring Flowering Bulbs for Winter Color
There are dozens of spring flowering bulbs that can be coaxed into bloom in mid- winter, when you really need them. Some require minimal effort, others require ...
http://gardening.about.com/od/fallinthegarden/a/ForcingBulbs.htm
How to Plant Spring Flowering Bulbs - Gardening - About.com
The key to growing healthy, vibrant spring flowering bulbs is to provide them with a great growing environment. Rich well-draining soil and sunshine will reward ...
http://gardening.about.com/od/floweringbulbs/ht/PlantBulbs.htm
Prechilling Spring Blooming Bulbs for Forcing - Gardening - About.com
Many spring flowering bulbs can be forced into bloom during the winter, but most will need a period of cold temperatures to stimulate growth and flower ...
http://gardening.about.com/od/fallinthegarden/a/PrechillingBulb.htm
When and How to Divide Flowering Bulbs - Gardening - About.com
... to 5 years. A sure sign that flowering bulbs need to be divided is when they start to produce less flowers. Here's how to divide, re-plant or store your spring bulbs.
http://gardening.about.com/od/floweringbulbs/f/Dividing-Spring-Flowering-Bulbs-When-And-How-To-Divide-Bulbs.htm
Growing Daffodil Bulbs, the Flowers That Trumpet Spring
Plant Taxonomy of Daffodil Bulbs: Plant taxonomy classifies daffodils as Narcissus. The genus name, Narcissus derives from the name of the youth in Greek ...
http://landscaping.about.com/od/floweringbulbs/p/daffodils.htm
Spring Blooming Bulbs for Warmer Climates - Gardening - About.com
Although many spring bulbs need cold weather to bloom, gardeners in warm climates can still plant spring flowering bulbs like tulips and daffodils and even ...
http://gardening.about.com/od/floweringbulbs/a/Zone_8_Bulbs.htm
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