Quality Discount Flower Bulbs
Your source for quality discount flower bulbs including irises,
tulips, lilies, amaryllis, narcissi, daffodils, dahlias and much, much more.
There are many places on the internet where you can purchase cheap
flower bulbs. I have included here links to companies I think are the best.
Check them out for their high quality, selection, price, delivery and guarantee. If you
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Best Buy Bulbs
Here are my best buy selections for purchasing quality cheap flower bulbs. They
are listed alphabetically.
Check them out and I'm sure you will be pleased too.
Brecks Bulbs - Free $25 off any order of $50 or more at Brecks Bulbs
Gurneys - Click Here to Save $20 on Internet Specials
Henry Fields - Click here for $20 off at Henry Fields Seed and Nursery!
Michigan Bulbs - Free $20 off bulbs, perennials, and trees!
Springhill - Free $20 off premium bulbs, plants and trees!
Here are some great Gardening Tips!
Keep newly planted shrubs and trees well watered.
A common mistake is to water too lightly. The water needs to reach the roots
of the plant. Dig down an inch or two to check to see how deeply you're watering.
To keep weeds down and preserve moisture, add mulch to your garden area.
Feed your annuals with a good fertilizer with 15-30-15.
Deadhead (remove dead blooms) your plants to promote new blooms.
Watering lawns in the morning is best. Again, water deeply.
Surface watering can harm a lawn when it's hot.
Don't forget to use a fungicidal on roses.
If you need to dispose of a beehive, remember to do it in the
evening when the bees are home. Never dispose of one yourself unless you're 100%
sure that you're not allergic to bees.
Refresh the water in your birdbaths and pet water dishes regularly to cut down
on the mosquito population.
If you own pets, check the labels of all your garden sprays and
products such as slug killer, to make sure they are pet safe. Your garden center
can help you with alternatives that are safe.
Be sure to wash your bird feeders regularly. This prevents the spread of diseases
such as salmonella, to the bird population. Clean up around the base of the feeder
and wash the plastic feeders in a 10% bleach solution. I simply
wash them in my dishwasher periodically. The wood feeders are often more attractive
but much harder to sterilize. So, be kind to the birds and feed them but also clean
Garden Tool Tips!
Sharpen your lawn mower blade once a year. You can do this yourself
with a grinder, or if you really prefer a workout, with a file. You can also
take it into a shop, which is by far the easiest and safest solution.
If you have a gas lawn mower, change the oil at least once a year.
Be sure to do this when the motor is cool.
Do lawn mower maintenance in the winter. Why? Well, if you break parts
or find other parts that need replacing too, you can take your time while
the lawn is not growing.
Sharpen your other tools too, such as shovels, hoe, hand spade etc. Plants can
be damaged when pruned with dull blades.
Store tools away from water and away from young children.
Try painting the handles of your hand tools a bright color (not green or brown),
so you can find them while you're gardening.
Paint or engrave your name or initials on all your tools to make them
less attractive to thieves.
If you're left handed, carefully check a tool before purchasing. Some tools
are made with the right-hander in mind.
Buy good quality tools. They come with a guarantee and should last a lifetime.
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