Walked into Walmart last night and just inside found a $1.00 bin full of D
affodils, Crocus and Tulips. Packages of 9 and 18. I am not sure where I am
gong to plant them as I planted 48 Daffodils earlier this week. I just co
uld not pass them up. Any other fall finds out there?
so far just several cases of canning jars for free. :)
i avoid buying these types of plants/bulbs as they
often are not stored in anything even close to decent
conditions. examining them often finds dried or damaged
bulbs. some may grow out ok, but those that are dried
up too much won't do much other than be a source of
organic material for the soil critters.
if your ground doesn't freeze deeply you should be ok
planting winter bulbs up until the end of December (but for
best growth it is better to plant them earlier).
On Friday, November 15, 2013 11:07:49 AM UTC-8, mj wrote:
Err...I respect your empathy for "those poor little things" and I hope they bloom up a storm come Spring.
But I don't buy in Walmart because of their horrible reputation about treating personnel like s**t. I guess I'll just keeping buying at the nabe nursery where they know their *** from their elbow.
Our on again, off again lib-er-al seems to have it right this time.
The global retailer is a "net job destroyer" when it arrives in
"One of the tactics of Wal-Mart is to suck jobs out of a community. For
every job gained, 1.4 jobs are lost."
- Ex-Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich
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