Can you plant bulbs in January? Experts reveal |

Q: I have a couple of bags of spring bulbs in my shed that I forgot to plant in the fall. It’s now January – is it worth planting them anyway? 

A: While most gardeners plant their daffodils, tulips, and other hardy spring bulbs between September and November, getting them in the ground a few months later can still give you a stunning display. However, there are a few tips to bear in mind to increase your chances of success.

Can you plant bulbs in January? Experts reveal |

Planting bulbs is one of the best ways to bring color to your garden when temperatures warm again

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Planting bulbs in January – 3 tips for a thriving display

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