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NanehI
May 5, 2018 9:23 AM CST
Hey Guys,

I'm currently putting together a potted plant display for my outdoor patio area. I had a stint in landscaping work and i recall planting bulbs in the soil when we were working on this park with the idea that they would bloom once it got warmer. it was like designing the space for the future, foreseeing that some of the plants would die down. Does anyone have any suggestions for seeds or bulbs that can be planted in the soil now so that maybe in August and September they will bloom? Btw, I live in NYC and so far lot the plants I've been using are a mixture of herbs and evergreen shrubs.

Thanks in advance for any recommendations!


Name: Yardenman
Maryland (Zone 7a)
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Yardenman
May 5, 2018 4:33 PM CST
NanehI said:Hey Guys,

I'm currently putting together a potted plant display for my outdoor patio area. I had a stint in landscaping work and i recall planting bulbs in the soil when we were working on this park with the idea that they would bloom once it got warmer. it was like designing the space for the future, foreseeing that some of the plants would die down. Does anyone have any suggestions for seeds or bulbs that can be planted in the soil now so that maybe in August and September they will bloom? Btw, I live in NYC and so far lot the plants I've been using are a mixture of herbs and evergreen shrubs.

Thanks in advance for any recommendations!

Just a quick link to one site https://www.gardenguides.com/9...

Type in "succession blooming" and you will get a lot more.




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