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What did you have blooming after daffodils?

Posted by teri2 7B TN (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 9, 12 at 17:54

Last spring my garden had a distinct down time between the daffodils and the rose. What did have blooming then in your East TN garden? It's time to start planning for 2013!

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RE: What did you have blooming after daffodils?

Hmm...I'm thinking that would be in April (?) Around our house, there's lots in April: bearded iris, phlox, Solomon's Seal, bleeding heart, dianthus, and peony. Also, I planned for a wide range of time with daffodils by purchasing bulbs by "early, mid, or late season" (and the various combinations of those). So, I had some blooming in early April ("Seventeen Sisters" aka "Avalanche" comes to mind - one of my all favorites!) I order them from Brent and Becky's Bulb in eastern Virgina and they have been very healthy and true to description for the most part in terms of bloom times.

RE: What did you have blooming after daffodils?

Tulips come in there somewhere.

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