Lakewood, NJ (PRWEB) April 04, 2013
There is no denying that for a gardener, spring is the best time of the year. But with the danger of frost still apparent in some parts of the country, spring planting has been delayed. Longfield Gardens, one of America’s top retailers of quality flower bulbs, is teaching gardeners how to get a head start on spring gardening by forcing begonias indoors in the free guide, Begonia Beginnings.
To download a free copy of Begonia Beginnings, visit http://info.longfield-gardens.com/guide-to-forcing-begonias.
“Our goal is to take the guesswork out of gardening and to make our friends confident and successful gardeners,” explains Hans Langeveld, co-owner of Longfield Gardens. “With our guide to forcing begonias, we are able to give them that confidence.”
Begonia Beginnings teaches gardeners:
Begonias are spring planted tubers that grow and bloom into upright or hanging flowers. They are ideal for garden beds, walkway borders and containers. This summer blooming beauty will produce a colorful display of flowers in the garden well into the fall.
“Begonias are the perfect garden solution around your home and in your garden. They add dramatic color and blooms to any outdoor living space,” says Langeveld.
Forcing begonias in a terrarium is a simple and fun project the whole family can enjoy. These easy to follow directions will help all levels of gardeners learn a new way to grow begonias.
So don’t wait for warm weather to arrive, download Begonia Beginnings today and get a jump start on spring by forcing begonias indoors!
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Longfield Gardens is one of America’s top importers of quality flower bulbs with over 80 years of combined experience in the bulb industry. Longfield’s mission is to stretch the customer’s dollar and offer common sense planting information that is easy to follow. This simple approach to selling bulbs saves their customers time and money. The retail site offers spring-planted, fall-planted and winter product lines and has a commitment to education. For more information, visit the website at http://www.longfield-gardens.com or visit the blog at blog.longfield-gardens.com.