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#1 GF Lover

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 06:56 AM

So yesterday, while getting my mail, I noticed that my tulips are sprouting, about an inch out of the ground.  So I'm looking around and most all of my bulbs are coming up.  Now, last year, the same thing happened and everything looked puny and half dead.  I'm in Ohio and temps are still below zero, mostly at night, but Ohio whether is very unpredictable.   


I count on perennials being "things I don't need to mess with" that's why I buy them.  


In any case, my bulbs seem to be confused again this year.  What does a person with no knowledge of plants do?  Oh, and yes, I am attempting to plant an indoor herb garden this spring.  I know, very ambitious for me.  I need some advice on my confused bulbs and maybe throw in a good luck for my herbs.



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Posted 05 March 2013 - 11:03 AM

Perhaps cover them up at night?


Outside of that, i have no idea.

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 11:24 AM

Mine always come up here in KC when its still winter.  Sometimes, like this year, they get snowed on.  They usually do fine.  I just have the generic daffys & tulips.  The fancy tulips didn't do as well and I am a lazy gardener.

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