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Re: Planting Bulbs in Hosta Beds


CCREDUX@aol.com wrote:
> 
> I decided this fall to plant a lot of spring flowering bulbs--tulips and many
> of the "minor" bulbs.
> I have a couple of questions:
> 1. When can the foilage of such be removed after flowering?
> 2. Any suggestions on how one can "mask" the rather unsightly foliage?
> 3. Are there any tulips etc. that have variegated foliage? If so, which
> varieties?
> 4. Ditto on botanical irises.
> 
> Thks!
> 
> Clyde Crockett
> P.S. Here it is mid-October and the tree leaves In Indianapolis are still
> green. How's the fall foliage in New England?
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Clyde
West along the lake (Erie) shore where we are, it is just starting to 
show color.  On a trip to Buffalo yesterday,  every mile East displayed 
more color!  I guess we, here, are right on the "edge" of something-----
Ran
Intresting thing here
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