How to plant flowers in spring? This is the tricky part

Posted July 08, 2018 06:16:51 Spring is coming and the best way to keep your plants alive is to plant them early.

You can plant your own flowers as early as possible.

Here are 10 things you should know before planting.

You can also get a free guide to blooming flowers, and a free flower-growing ebook from the National Botanical Gardens.

Find out more about how to plant a flower.

A flower will be ready for flowering by the time it’s about three months old.

“It’s about four months from when it’s first planted to when it starts to flower,” Ms Moseley said.

If you’re a gardener, you can get a copy of The Gardener’s Gardener Handbook, which includes a free booklet to help you plant the flowers.

Once you’ve got the plants in good condition, you’ll want to use a good quality soil to make sure they’re planted in a dry spot.

“If the soil is too dry, the plants won’t bud, which is a big problem for people who want to grow flower plants,” Ms Dutts said.

“We have to use some of the most well-tolerated and well-tested soils for the best results.”

Once the plants are ready to plant, Ms Duthie recommends starting with a medium-sized plant with a stem length of three to five metres, and then gradually increasing the size of your garden until you have enough space for a full-grown flower.