Planting bulbs

Bulb planting

When do I plant my bulbs?

There are no exact dates to plant bulbs, but there are 2 seasons of several months each year that are great for planting. The spring blooming bulbs like crocus, daffodils, tulips etc. are the first flowers to appear in the very early spring. Further information about planting bulbs...

Planting Dahlia

Dahlia garden

Dahlias flower prolifically late summer and autumn when many other annuals and perennials have finished blooming.

Pre-starting indoors

To pre-start dahlia tubers yourself, put them into pots with a growing mix indoors six weeks before planting in the garden, and you will get a jump on the season and earlier flowering. Plant them into the garden only after you’re sure that frosty nights are over for the season. More about planting dahlia...

Bulbs for bees and bumblebees

Bulbs for bees

We can’t survive without the bee and the bumble bee. Because these little creatures pollinate our food. Their population has diminished, so it’s necessary to provide pollen and nectar by planting spring flowers in your garden or on your balcony. Which bulbs are suitable for bees and bumblebees....

Perennials

Perennial pot grown

Keep soil moist

Upon receipt of the potted plants, make sure to protect them from dehydration. Plant within several days and until then keep them cool and frostfree. Find information for each product at the productpage...

The right conditions

compost

Bulbs can grow in any type of soil, though it should always be well draining soil. It´s also essential to place some compost on the soil every year where the bulbs are planted to stimulate the life of the soil. A healthy soil is airy, which makes it easier for the roots to find water and nutrition. Read more...

Bulbs after flowering

Seedpods from Tulips

After the spring flowering bulbs have bloomed, the flowers make seed boxes, the plants get weak, and their leaves and start to droop. The flowers are no longer blossoming and the seed boxes are best cut away, but the leaves should be left alone. Read more...