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Entrance hall Spring display
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spring bulbs, if necessary dug straight out of the garden, and once bloomed and faded, put back in the soil, can give an entrance hall a lovely welcoming and cheerful Spring feel.
tips: Bulbs are fragile, so plant as soon as possible.
Summer snowflake, leucojum snowdrop galanthus nivalis, sam arnott Becky's Bulbs
Blooms. Add a few winter blooming bulbs to your garden. There is nothing
Snow drop bulbs. Plant in fall. Stiff plant
blooming bulbs to your garden. There is nothing quite like a tiny little bloom popping up from amidst the drifts of snow. Great choices for early bloomers include chionodoxa (glory-of-the-snow), snowdrops (pictured), hellebores and the familiar crocus.
flowering bulbs with soil intact to transfer to an indoor container. (The flowers likely won't last as long as they would outdoors, but you will get to enjoy them frequently.)Favorite varieties include the reliable Galanthus nivalis that spreads slowly and the bigger-flowered 'Sam Arnott' with heart-shaped
“Snowdrop Galanthus One of the earliest harbingers of spring, the delicate-looking snowdrop is tough” — sunvalleygirl
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-those are Globemaster Alliums. Great spring bulb!
purple bulbs and tubers. Alliums, which come in a number of different shades of purple, are always a good choice, or you can go crazy with a mix of purple tulips. Irises, with their many different shades of purple, are always a garden stalwart, but also consider the various purples offered by early spring
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ephemeral bulbs like allium or camas lily for contrast. The loose branches are easily trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things. Junipers grow best in full sun and prefer dry conditions; humidity and excessive moisture can lead to blight. If this happens, prune out the affected
ephemeral bulbs like allium or camas lily for contrast. The loose branches are easily trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things. Junipers grow best in full sun and prefer dry conditions; humidity and excessive moisture can lead to blight. If this happens, prune out the affected
ephemeral bulbs like allium or camas lily for contrast. The loose branches are easily trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things.
“juniper holds ground” — xueru
Janet Paik
Jr. League San Mateo House
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Love the narcissus planting! Force bulbs in winter months?
your own bulbs in unusual containers for Christmas, easter etc.
bulbs\ force for flowering and put in pretty containers
idea of bulbs in silver dish
Forcing bulbs is an easy way to create an impressive display or gift for very little dough. Seek out unusual containers to set your plantings apart — consider a vintage crate, old tins with pretty labels, compotes and soup tureens. Buy bulbs in bulk and plant a bunch of containers at once; then use them
“like idea of bulbs in silver dish” — ila120wrd
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Paperwhites
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You'll need: A container, 3 to 4 inches deep. If you are forcing the bulbs in water you can use a small bowl, vintage trophy, or another pretty dish would work beautifully. If you
of the bulb. If the bulbs sit in water, the bulbs may rot. If using dirt, water enough to dampen the soil. 5. Place container in a cool (50 degrees or so) dark place until roots begin to form. My paperwhites took 10-14 days. Tulips may take up to 10 weeks. Keep adding water as necessary, filling to just
Nestle the bulbs into the pebbles/dirt with the tips facing up.
2. Nestle the bulbs into the pebbles/dirt with the tips facing up. 3. Place a few pebbles/some dirt around to keep the bulbs in place. It's okay to place them tightly
“winter flowers” — Home Sheets Home
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Modern dining area with Edison bulb chandelier
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exposed bulbs, black cords, diversity in placement, hanging height
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edison bulb chandelier
Lighting...hanging bulbs
edison bulb lighting fixture
Edison bulb chandelier
Edison Bulbs...edison bulb :)...Hang bulbs...Clear bulbs...exposed bulb...Light bulbs...light bulb
“LIGHTING” — gmjoy
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Soulard loft apartment
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custom. The bulbs are typically halogen, for lighting that has a sparkle you won’t find with CFL or LED lamps. Don’t be afraid to use these even if your art collection isn’t what you’d like it to be. Consider the effect of these fixtures washing a wall of reclaimed wood or stacked stone.
custom. The bulbs are typically halogen, for lighting that has a sparkle you won’t find with CFL or LED lamps. Don’t be afraid to use these even if your art collection isn’t what you’d like it to be.
custom. The bulbs are typically halogen, for lighting that has a sparkle you won’t find with CFL or LED lamps. Don’t be afraid to use these even if your art collection isn’t what you’d like it to be. Consider the effect of these fixtures washing a wall of reclaimed wood or stacked stone.
“Wooden posts” — atdodgshun
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Kennington Water Tower
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Edison bulbs overhead.
Love the bulbs!...Light bulbs...Edison bulbs
“lights table” — debrabrockman
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