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RE: planting bulbs and watering

Sorry- when I think of bulb planting in the fall... it is spring ones
like daffs, tulips, crocus, .... 

Glad to hear you got some rain- forecasting more storms here tonight:(

Doubt they will ever send me to TX... or anywhere else I really want to

> When are they going to send you to Texas - LOL!!
> Seriously, some bulbs don't need a bunch of cold to produce. "Yankee"
> daffodils won't "do" after the first year, like tulips (except for
> species tulips) but some types of bulbs don't need the cold to come
> back.
> Spanish bluebells, leucojums, ipheions, muscari, tazetta daffodils,
> alliums and miniature irises do pretty well here.

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