Our new infographic simplifies the bulb gardening process by helping gardeners understand spring’s four ‘sub-seasons’... If you plant the right bulbs, you will have a succession of blooms and enjoy a season full of color.
Lakewood, NJ (PRWEB) September 25, 2014
As fall approaches, gardeners are making plans to plant flower bulbs for brighter spring gardens, landscapes and bouquets. With a little understanding and forethought, gardeners can extend their flowering season by choosing the right bulbs that bloom one right after another, filling spring with flowers for months.
“Bulb gardening is very easy by nature. Just dig up some dirt, put in some bulbs and wait,” said Marlene Thompson, creative director for Longfield Gardens.
“Our new infographic further simplifies the bulb gardening process by helping gardeners understand spring’s four ‘sub-seasons’ – very early spring, early spring, mid-spring and late spring. If you plant the right bulbs, you will have a succession of blooms and enjoy a season full of color.”
The new infographic from Longfield Gardens, “Spring Color – 60 Days of Flowers,” illustrates exactly what bulbs will bloom during each phase of spring. Easily choose bulbs from each category, plant now and enjoy blooms from March into June. Simplifying bulb gardening is one of the many things Longfield does for its customers and gardeners looking for more information.
Find the entire collection of fall flower bulbs from Longfield Gardens at Longfield-gardens.com.
Longfield Gardens is one of America’s top importers of quality flower bulbs. Longfield’s mission is to bring bulb gardening into every home, offer common sense planting information and stretch your dollar by offering competitive prices that are transparent. This simple approach to selling bulbs saves their customers time and money while increasing gardening success. Longfield Gardens carries an impressive selection of spring-planted, fall-planted and winter product lines, as well as information and inspiration. For more information, visit their website or visit the blog at blog.longfield-gardens.com.