Planting miniature flowering bulbs in the railroad garden

Plant bulbs in the fall for early spring color
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When spring arrives every year, there’s lots of color in many gardens but not necessarily in railroad gardens—unless you’ve put in some early flowering plants. If you’ve thought about including spring-flowering bulbs, this is ...

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