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Indoor Garden Jacksonville AR

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Healthy Lawns & Shrubs, Inc.
(501) 227-6143
P.O. Box 56499
Little Rock, AR

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A Cut Above LLC.
(501) 940-0288
PO Box 6065
Sherwood, AR
 
The Water Garden Place
(501) 975-7663
11500 N Rodney Parham Rd
Little Rock, AR

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Outdoor World, Inc.
(501) 514-5508
3155 Cimarron Drive
Conway, AR
Services
Lawn Care, Lawn Maintenance, Landscaping, Parking Lot Sweeping, Power Washing, Snow Removal Services
Awards
Faulkner County Best of The Best
Hours
24/7
Membership Organizations
Conway Chamber of Commerce

Outdoor World, Inc.
(501) 514-5508
3155 Cimarron Drive
Conway, AR
Services
Lawn Maintenance, Landscaping, Parking Lot Sweeping, Pressure Washing, Snow Removal
Awards
Faulkner County Best of The Best, Little Rock Lawn Care Company of The Year
Hours
7:00am to 5:00pm
Membership Organizations
Conway Chamber of Commerce

Evans Lawn and Landscaping
(501) 658-3482
1004 Highland Drive
Jacksonville, AR
 
Southwest Lawn Service
(501) 920-4497
PO Box 191024
Little Rock, AR
 
21st Century Lawn Care
(501) 400-5117
650 Shackleford #400
Little Rock, AR
Services
From seeds to stalks-Complete lawn care
Awards
Can be provided
Hours
700am to 7pm Mon-Sat
Prices and/or Promotions
FREE Aeration w Lawn Contract for 2013

Outdoor World, Inc.
(501) 514-5508
3155 Cimarron Drive
Conway, AR
Services
Lawn Care, Landscaping, Parking Lot Sweeping, Pressure Washing, Snow Removal
Awards
Faulkner County Best of The Best
Hours
24/7
Membership Organizations
Conway Chamber of Commerce
Prices and/or Promotions
See Us at: www.outdoorworldinc.com

Outdoor World, Inc.
(501) 514-5508
3155 Cimarron Drive
Comway, AR
Services
Lawn Maintenance, Lawn Spraying, Lawn Mowing, Landscaping, Parking Lot Sweeping, Power Washing
Awards
Faulkner County Best of The Best
Membership Organizations
Conway Chamber of Commerce

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Indoor Garden

Forcing Bulbs for Your
Own Indoor Garden

home remodeling articles and tips

By Kathy Hester

I really miss my garden during the long dark time of winter. So I make a winter garden by forcing spring bulbs to bloom inside. In garden stores, you'll see kits that have paper whites, hyacinth, and amaryllis, but you can save some money and make your own.

Most bulbs need to be chilled before planting to simulate the winter months. However, paperwhites and Amaryllis do not which is one of the reasons they are so popular for forcing. You can also grow freesias, bluebells, fairy lily, and calla lilies to break away from the standard fare. They also do not require chilling to bloom.

You can purchase a special bulb vase that has a thin body that opens to a wide mouth to keep the bulbs from getting too wet. Sometimes you can pick them up at a thrift store or on sale right before the spring. This is sometimes called 'water forcing'. You can even force Hyacinth bulbs without it. Insert toothpicks and put into a drinking glass like you grow an avocado seed as a house plant. They also look beautiful in a Noritake coffee cup. Make sure the roots stay wet, but the bulb stays fairly dry. Hyacinths, crocus, and narcissus love to be grown this way.

Use a waterproof pan or bowl and fill it with gravel or small river rocks. Now sit your bulbs into the pan so that they can stand up on their own, and that there is enough gravel below the bulb to keep them from rotting. I like to use a glass bowl so I can check the water level just by looking. Paper whites do great with this method, and they look amazing since they grow in bunches.

You can also plant them in pots of dirt. This is the way most bulbs that require chilling are forced. You usually need to plan this ahead of time since you will need to chill the bulbs for 8 - 12 weeks before they can be forced. They need the cold, but should not be subjected to freezing temperatures, so leave them in a root ce...

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