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Spring-flowering bulbs such as tulips and daffodils need to be planted in the autumn or early winter. They have a long cold period necessary, in order to bloom. It is important to plant them in the autumn, before the frost. They need this time to develop strong roots.
You can certainly plant flower bulbs in pots. By doing this, you can then easily move the flower bulbs around. Alternatively, you can dig a flowerpot in your garden and in the spring take it out and move it to another place. Make sure that water can run through flowerpot.
Using 'Advanced Search' you can find which flower bulbs can be planted in your climate zone at USDA PLANT HARDINESS ZONE MAP on the Internet and also on our website.
For planting flower bulbs, the rule of thumb used is: plant the bulb three times as deep as the bulb is high.
Yes, this is possible. When you go to your shopping cart, during checkout you are requested to provide a billing address (the address of the purchaser) and then the address where the order is to be delivered. You can also click on another country. Shipping costs are automatically updated.
For the quality of the bulbs, it is important that you plant your flower bulbs as soon as possible. If you do not know exactly where you want to plant the bulbs, plant them in a pot. This allows you to be able to move the bulbs around at a later stage.
The distance between each plant depends on the size of the bulb. Allium: 3-5 cm Anemones: 3-5 cm Crocus: 5 cm Hyacinths: 10 cm Muscari: 3-5 cm Narcissus: 10 cm Iris: 3-5 cm Tulips: 7 cm
Your order will be delivered in planting time. For summer flowers this is the month of May, for spring flowers this is the month of October. It is not possible for us to say exactly when your order will be delivered.