‘Hard to get wrong!’ Gardening expert shares which ‘entry level’ plants you can grow now

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‘Hard to get wrong!’ Gardening expert shares which ‘entry level’ plants you can grow now

“They’re always there poking out through the snow - crocuses etc.“They are a nice entry level bunch of plants to grow. They are quite hard to get w

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“They’re always there poking out through the snow – crocuses etc.

“They are a nice entry level bunch of plants to grow. They are quite hard to get wrong!”

Spring-flowering bulbs such as daffodils, crocus and hyacinths are perfect to plant by the end of this month.

While tulip bulbs need to be planted in November.

Lilies, alliums, fritillaria and crocosmia can be planted in September and October.

You can even plant some bulbs in December, however, you need to plant them before there’s a risk of frost.



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