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How to Grow Bulbs in a Glass Vase

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How to Grow Bulbs in a Glass Vase

Bulbs are beautiful and easy to create an indoor garden. You can plant them and give as a gift for motherís day or any other special holiday or occasion.

Things You'll Need
Bulbs (calla lily, tulip, anemone)
Glass vase
Small rocks
Gardening gloves (optional)
Step 1: Add Rocks to the Vase
Pour rocks into a glass vase leaving a handful aside to use later.
Step 2: Place the Bulb in the Vase
Set the bulbs in place, pointed side facing upward; roots facing downwards.
Step 3: Fill Empty Gaps with Additional Rocks
With the rocks you set aside, fill in any gaps to prevent the bulbs from moving.
Step 4
Water until it covers about ?-inch of the bulb. Do not submerge your bulb in the water, this will cause your bulb to rot.
Step 5
For upkeep, be sure to add water when you notice the level is depleting. Place in a warm spot and keep in partial sun.
They should be brought indoors during the winter and then will start blooming around summer.†
Once your bulbs start to grow shoots, they can tolerate full sun.
They can get up to 24 - 36 inches tall.

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