Plant of the Week: Forced Bulbs

Forced Bulbs: Perennial

Hardiness Zones: 4-6
Exposure: Partial to Full Sun

What?: Spring flowering bulbs are planted in containers, and are put through  replicated winter condition. They require a cold time frame to produce roots, then shoots will be forced to pop up after 12-14 weeks. Bulbs transplanted into the group will come back for 3-5 years. 
Why?: Sometimes you can’t find the time to plants bulbs in the fall. If you don’t want to miss out on the early spring color, then forced bulbs are a great option!
 Tulips, Daffodils, Hyacinths
Uses: Fresh Cut Flowers, Plant in the Ground for Spring Color, Plant in Containers

Available this Spring at Superior Garden Center. 


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