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<p>Yes, you can transplant spring bulbs grown in containers into the garden after they have finished <a href="https://slopeonline.io">slope online</a> flowering. It is best to wait until the foliage has completely faded before transplanting them. You can let the foliage wilt naturally or gently remove it when the leaves have turned yellow and withered.</p>

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Original Post by boatingbelle

Replanting pot grown spring bulbs

<p>Can I transplant spring bulbs grown in containers into the garden when they are finished? Should I leave the leaves to die down or can they be planted 'in the green'</p>

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