Forcing Spring Bulbs

Bradford Greenhouses Blog

We’ve all done it – bought bulbs in the fall, to be planted in the fall, and… we forgot. But what to do with them now? You can’t plant them in the ground as the soil is frozen, but all is not lost. All they’ll need to flower this spring is a cold period. Begin by planting your bulbs in …

Planting Fall Bulbs

Bradford Greenhouses Blog

You know that glimmer of hope that you see every spring when a small green shoot emerges from a snow drift? And pretty soon you see some colour among all the white? It’s a sure sign that lets you know the snow will soon be melting, the trees will soon be budding, and warmer temperatures on are their way. That …

Lifting Fall Bulbs

Bradford Greenhouses Blog

Most summer flowering bulbs and tubers should not be lifted until after the first hard frost. The frost seals the tissue of the foliage and helps prevent fungal diseases. Although the foliage may look limp and withered after flowering is complete, it is very important to leave them in the ground so the plant can photosynthesize as much as possible. …

Planting Fall Bulbs

Bradford Greenhouses Blog

You know that glimmer of hope that you see every spring when a small green shoot emerges from a snow drift? And pretty soon you see some colour among all the white? It’s a sure sign that lets you know the snow will soon be melting, the trees will soon be budding, and warmer temperatures on are their way. That …