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Make more of your flower bulbs

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Are your bulbs flowering exuberantly in your home in early spring? Now is the time to move them outdoors where it is colder. They will now flower longer than in the warmth of your home, and you can admire them from the window. Always keep the soil moist. If they are out of bloom you can plant them in the garden with the potting soil. Cover the bulbs with a layer of soil of the same height as the bulb, and they will return next year . Daffodils and grape hyacinths are perennial, large hyacinths will return less strong. Enjoy your flower bulbs!

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