Brent & Becky's Blog — lillies

How Deep to Plant Bulbs for Beautiful Blooms

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  When fall comes around, and spring-flowering bulbs are ready to make their way into the ground, hands down one of the most commonly asked questions for new bulb gardeners is “how deep do I plant?” And with a quick Google search yielding a whopping 30 million answers in seconds, we can’t blame them for being a little confused. Thankfully, though, the answer isn’t nearly as complicated as it may seem.    How Deep to Plant Bulbs When planting bulbs, the trick is to plant them not so deeply that it takes them too long to appear in spring, but...

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Buying Bulbs Online

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Buying Bulbs Online By: Jay, Grin-eral Manager, Brent & Becky's Bulbs As any gardener knows, selecting the right bulbs is something that just can’t be done from sight alone. You need to touch them and feel them to be sure that you’re getting top-performers for your garden this year. And knowing this, how can it even be possible to buy bulbs online — where you’re unable to see the bulbs until they get to you? How can you be sure you’re getting a top-quality product if you can’t ensure it yourself? Here at Brent & Becky’s Bulbs, we pride ourselves...

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Lilies

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  With large, showy blooms famous for their trumpet shapes and a dazzling array of colors, lilies are some of the most iconic flowers found in our gardens. Not to mention, they’re also some of the most diverse, with varieties of all shapes, colors, and sizes to fit any aesthetic.   How to Plant Lilies While most bulbs can be purchased in advance and kept in storage before planting, lilies are prone to drying out in storage. To prevent this, plan to purchase your lilies just before you expect to plant. Lilies need a good winter chill to produce big...

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Growing Lilies

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Very few flowers are as ubiquitously popular as the lily. They appear everywhere, in great number, in garden centers and backyards every spring season.  They have also been heavily featured in ancient tradition and even religious texts.

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