We are heading to Scotland in under 2 weeks so we are trying to get the garden winter ready before we leave.
I have planted some bulbs in containers, the flowers are dead but o don't know what to do with them. Ideally I'd like to plant them in the ground but I don't think I'm going to have the time to do that before we leave.
We will be back the 11 th November. It that too late to plant them if the weather is on our favor?
If not what should I do with them in their containers?
I don't know what they are called as there was a stand in the garden centre 10 bulbs for so many $ and I dint pay attention to what they were called.
They are very long stems at least 2 feet or so and there are several flowers that come of the long stems. At least 3 or 4 per bulb.
Thanks for any advice!