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    Hey everyone iv been sorta busy lately so havent been able to stop by as often is i used to.


    Anyway, were looking to plant a bulb garden. I liven in the plains states, zone 4. I was wondering what summer flowering bulbs, if any, can grow in this area.


    Thanks!
    that makes no logic

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    In which Zone are you at Finch?
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    zone 4. i think alocasia would do well for him

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    He`d have to bring them in in the winter though. I think colocasia would do well if he has wet soil,again he`ll have to bring them in in the winter though.
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    Wait! those arent "flowering" bulbs though! HMMM....I don`t know then!
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    Alocasia go dormant under 45 degrees The leaves themselves are better than flowers

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    Umm the only sunner flowering bulbs i know of are daylillys. ill go with those. Theres thousands of varietys
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    Daylillys aren`t bulbs though! They are tuberous rooted herbaceus perenials. They would do great though as they are virtualy indistructable,and propagate redilly.
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