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Definition of spring flowering bulbs

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Definition as written by Terry:

Bulbs that produce flowers in the spring, versus those that flower in the summer or fall. These bulbs are normally planted in the fall or winter - depending on the gardener's zone - and typically include narcissus (daffodil), hyacinth, tulip.

Spring flowering bulbs lend themselves to use as indoor winter flowering plants through forcing

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