6 thoughts on “Spring Cut Flower Garden Planning: Hardy Annuals and Planting Fall Bulbs – Ornamental Gardening

    amy homsi

    (December 4, 2017 - 6:02 am)

    glad i found your videos. i'm new to gardening also. we live in similar temperature zones but on the other side of the world

    50 shades of green

    (December 4, 2017 - 6:02 am)

    last year I concentrated on my vegetables but this year I am going to grow some flowers as well

    karatepop

    (December 4, 2017 - 6:02 am)

    Calendula? Really? That's bananas. Here in Victoria, BC (zone 7-8 depending on your neighbourhood) it grows year round. Question! When you're sowing direct, how do you keep the soil damp? That's been my biggest problem this year – my plot isn't in my yard so there's that additional hurdle. I started nigella and a few other things direct and.. nothing. It just gets too dry during the day and I'm not sure how to make sure it stays damp (it rains from November-April here, so that's good except the plot floods). Whomp whomp.

    Old School Home & Garden with Sasha

    (December 4, 2017 - 6:02 am)

    Ah, so beautiful! I am gonna try this winter and see what happens. If I succeed, it will mean that you can plant flowers on Mars as well 🙂

    nitnelav1

    (December 4, 2017 - 6:02 am)

    Thanks for making this video. This and the follow up fall seeding video is exactly what I was hoping for. I have my poppy seeds and bachelor button seeds all ready in hand. And will be ordering my agrostema soon. Do you think that its possible to grow crocuses and early spring flowering bulbs under the falls seeded hardy annuals? The idea being that the bulbs will bloom before the hardy annuals and when they die back the hardy annuals will fill in.

    Permaculture Homestead

    (December 4, 2017 - 6:02 am)

    nice clips, you really have so much goin on there.

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