Layered Bulb Pot for Longer Lasting Spring Blooms

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What I used in the large pot:
10- ‘Negrita’ Tulips
12- Tete a Tete Daffodils
12- Dutch Iris
5- 4″ Violas
2- 4″ Dusty Miller (Would have used three if I had another one! :)
Red Twig Dogwood Branches

What I used in the smaller pot:
10-‘Flaming Flag’ Tulips
10- ‘Tete a Tete’ Daffodils
10- Galanthus (Snowdrops)
3-4″ Violas
Red Twig Dogwood Branches

Remember, that if you are keeping your bulb pots outside, to put them in a protected area and check them for water about every 10 days! Don’t let them dry out completely! When the bulbs are done blooming in the spring, leave them be until the foliage begins to yellow and die back. When that happens, cut off the foliage, take the bulbs out of the pot, and plant them in your flower beds!

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