Bulb baskets / trays
Not an ad, but I'm talking about this kind of thing:
I inherited a large number of daff & tulip bulbs and whilst I've enjoyed the show this spring, it seems a waste to do nothing with the beds they're in for the rest of the year.
Are these baskets the solution? The appeal seems to be the simplicity of digging out a single basket after flowering to allow the foliage to die back naturally and I suppose they would impose a little discipline on bulb depth on re-planting.
There are other solutions though - would it be easier to do a few bulb lasagnes in normal pots and perhaps bury these pots in the bed in autumn to help them survive the winter (then whip the pots out once flowering is done next spring)? What do you do?!