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What bulbs can I plant in February?
Last Updated: 29th April, 2020
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Regarding this, is it too late to plant bulbs in February?
If you miss planting your bulbs at the optimal time, don't wait for spring or next fall. Bulbs aren't like seeds. They won't survive out of the ground indefinitely. Even if you find an unplanted sack of tulips or daffodils in January or February, plant them and take your chances.
One may also ask, what can you plant in February in Ireland? On a sunny windowsill indoors, in a heated greenhouse or on a heating mat: sow celery, globe artichokes, celeriac, leeks, onions, lettuce, tomatoes, peas, aubergines, peppers/chilli-peppers. In polytunnel or greenhouse: beetroot, Brussels sprouts, summer and autumn cabbage, carrots, leeks, lettuce, radish.
Thereof, what can I plant in my allotment in February?
Allotment jobs for February
- Harvest the last kale leaves.
- Pick mizuna and sow more.
- Prepare beds for sowing.
- Clean and set up cloches.
- Plant rhubarb.
- Prune autumn raspberries.
- Sow broad beans undercover.
What bulbs should I plant now?
When to plant bulbs
- Plant spring-flowering bulbs, such as daffodils, crocus and hyacinths, preferably by the end of September.
- Plant tulips in November.
- Plant hardy summer-flowering bulbs, such as lilies, alliums and crocosmia, in September and October.