Bring Your Easter Flowers Outside

7:32 AM, Apr 25, 2007   |    comments
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Now that Easter is over, you might want to take all those plants you've had in the house and move them outside. Hyacinths, daffodils, tulips and some prime rose. They're all able to go outside. Now, you might want to wait until your hyacinths die off completely. Cut it off and replant it. But, if you don't want to, if you're willing to risk it, you know if you are going to throw it out anyway, try planting it outside. It may still bloom for awhile outside. Then it should die off and come back again next year. We hope. The prim rose will definitely come back again next year. Those are hearty plants and now is the time that you can plant them. Just dig a nice big hole. You might want to put a little bit of fertilizer in there, make sure the ground is firm enough. And plant you hyacinth, plant your prim rose and you'll have some blooming things outside. Maybe for the next couple of Eatsres, you'll be able to remember how beautiful this Easter was.


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