Tulip and Daffodil Bulb Planting Crash Course Class | Amphy
Tulip and Daffodil Bulb Planting Crash Course with Sean and Allison M | Amphy

Tulip and Daffodil Bulb Planting Crash Course

Learn how to correctly plant your tulips and daffodils this fall so you can enjoy beautiful flowers next spring!

What you'll learn

Sean and Allison from Spoken Garden will demonstrate how to plant fall tulip and daffodil bulbs, two of the most popular fall-planted bulbs. Watch as they teach you how to properly handle each bulb, how deep to dig your planting hole, how to place each bulb into the hole, and more tips along the way. Learn how your climate might determine if you can plant them in the ground now or if you need to wait until late winter/early spring, and what to do with your bulbs in the meantime. Plus, get your bulb planting questions answered in this new course offering. 

This class is perfect for

Any new or seasoned gardener that needs a crash course on bulb planting so they can get their bulbs in the ground at the correct time this fall. 

Your Teacher

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Sean McManus studied environmental horticulture at Washington State University where he earned both a Bachelor's ('00) and Master's ('04) in Environmental Horticulture. He has experience as an assistant greenhouse grower (1yr), college level teaching assistant(1.5 yrs), USDA research assistant and research associate (1/2 yr) , gardener/landscaper (8.5 yrs), and project coordinator (6.5 yrs). Allison McManus studied many different interests where she earned her Bachelor's of Science degree in Exercise Science and her Master's in Teaching at City University of Seattle. She is a National Board Certified Science educator (10 yrs) and former middle school science teacher (13 yrs). She has experience as a mentor, instructional coach, and team leader.

What students need

Students will need to bring their bulb planting questions (if they have any) or be ready to start thinking about which bulbs they want to plant in their garden. 😉

How to participate

Simply click the link in your confirmation email to join the video call.
Note: Be sure to download Zoom for free on a desktop or mobile device before your scheduled class.