Sorry but I have more spring bulb questions...
Firstly let me show you a picture of my pots so you get an idea of what I'm banging on about...
So I have these lovely Kew pots with various bits and bobs in but I want my spring display in them so I'll obviously have to deal with what's currently in them when the time comes but the pots themselves aren't frost proof so...
should I pot my bulbs up in plastic pots and then transfer them over once they've established themselves properly?
Should I try and find plastic pots that will slip into them? (Not sure that'll be possible as these are long tom pots so don't know if they do inserts that shape )
Once I've established where I'll be potting the bulbs how many should I put in each pot? I want a really abundant looking display.
Tulips will be in the bigger pots so was thinking 10-12 bulbs, does this sound about right or could I do more?
I have Narcissus too and would also like a full display so 15ish bulbs?
Do I need to use potting grit AND a broken pot for drainage or is it a one or the other thing?
Exactly what is the best compost to use for bulbs?
Should I use this to help them on their way...
Can someone come and hold my hand please
Thank you for reading, I'm sure I'll have more questions at some stage but that's all I can think of for now.