Paperwhites are relatives of the daffodil and are one of the earliest winter bulbs to bloom. In the spring and summer, plant a few bulbs every few weeks and you’ll have blooms through late fall and early winter. These plants do well in a shallow dish filled with stones and water, but planting them in 6” pots gives you more freedom when it comes to decorating. When planting, fill your pots with 3” of moist growing mix and plant the bulbs so they’re almost touching. Cover your bulbs with a bit more soil and water. As the bulbs begin to sprout you can transfer them into different decorative pots for the season.
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