Do you plant spring bulbs and wait patiently for their beauty?

Contributor: edeneve edeneve
I love Spring flowers from bulbs. do you plant spring bulbs & wait patiently for their beauty?
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Contributor: Rossie Rossie
Yes, we're patiently waiting; our tulips' bulbs are developing, can't wait to see them bloom!
Contributor: srexom srexom
yes, but I leave the bulbs in year round so it's a nice surprise sometime.
Contributor: Lioncub Lioncub
We used to but thanks to our neighbor had to dig up that section of our lawn and will get it fixed this summer to start again.
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Originally posted by edeneve
I love Spring flowers from bulbs. do you plant spring bulbs & wait patiently for their beauty?
i cant grow weeds so I dont even try to plant flowers
Contributor: KinkyKatieJames KinkyKatieJames
Used to. Not anymore.
Contributor: Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
Yes, but can't do tulips because of the deer

So I have lots of daffodils & every year I add more, plus I try other bulbs that deer & rodents supposedly won't eat. My daffodils are already 4-5" high, poking out of the snow.

The best is planting them once & never having to replant them again, yet they appear every year for me -- talk about a payoff!
Contributor: married with children married with children
yes, every year.