Ranunculus bulbs resemble small bunches of dark bananas, and they should be planted with the "bananas" pointing down. The bulbs should be planted during cool spring weather in holes 2 inches deep and 4 to 6 inches apart ... More »

Considered tender perennials, ranunculus plants grow best in areas with mild winters. They are deemed hardy to zone 8. Ranunculus tubers should be planted 2 inches deep. Spacing depends on the bulb size, with smaller bul... More »

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Grow ranunculus plants in pots by planting them in 10-inch containers, using well-drained potting soil, watering them regularly and placing them in a location with exposure to full sunlight. Mulch the plants to keep the ... More »

Dig up flower bulbs, allowing several inches around each plant to avoid accidentally cutting into the bulb. Gently hose off the bulbs and dry them for several days in a single layer on newspaper. Discard any bulbs that a... More »

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Pansies, late flowering bulbs and autumn crocus are good flowers to plant in July. In addition, planting herbaceous plants is possible in July, even though they are unlikely to flower until the next year. More »

To plant daffodils, choose a sunny spot with fertile soil, plant in the fall, plant bulbs deeply with proper spacing, and cover the bulbs with mulch. Daffodils prefer acidic soil with good drainage. More »

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Tulips reproduce either from cross-pollination of seeds or self-pollination via bulbs that form around the base of the plant's main bulb. These bulbs are clones of the parent plant. Reproduction by bulbs is the more reli... More »