Redbush wonders if you have any tips for her in transplanting a tulip pot that has quit blooming. She wants to put it out in her perennial bed, and wonders if there is anything special that she should do with it before she transplants it. She knows that the best time to plant the bulbs is in the fall, but, this happens to be spring, and she wanted to save them. She had shown you a picture a week, or two ago that showed them blooming. Right now the ground is frozen, so, she knows she won't be able to put them in the ground for probably weeks yet. She is afraid to clean the perennial beds from all the dead growth because she is afraid that the bulbs that are peaking through will freeze back and die. She hopes she hasn't bored you too much with this. Thanks in advance for your expert opinions. She has posted pictures of what some of her trees looked like in the past few days, and a photo of her tulip pot.
Monday, April 27, 2009
The weather in Redbush's world continues to be in the miserable department. I'ts been snowing now for the past three days, and is becoming a depressing scenario. She promises not to bring this up a lot in the future because she's sure you are all sick of hearing the same rant over and over!