Living the Country Life

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Wooden Shoe Clara Maguire
One dedicated Oregon family and thousands of tulips provide joy to people around the world
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With a little work in the fall, you'll be greeted this spring with gorgeous color!
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Go ahead -- plant these spring-flowering bulbs in the fall. The deer and rabbits won't eat them!
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Go wild for species tulips planted in drifts of color in your country garden
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Dig up your tender bulbs and store them for the winter. You can bring them back to life next spring!
When the frost comes, the growing season for your tender bulbs comes to an end. If you live in Zone 6 or lower, it's important to dig and store any cannas, callas, caladiums, dahlias, tuberous...
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Spring flowering bulbs multiply each year, which means they eventually have less room to grow. If you didn't have as many blooms this season, and the foliage is in a big clump, it's time to...
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Chicken wire and nasty-tasting bulbs are a couple of solutions
Listen to the radio story mp3 If you're planting flower bulbs this fall with the hopes of a beautiful spring garden, you'll need to protect your investment from becoming lunch for the local...