Tired of Waiting for Bulbs
In March I planted several of those bags of bulbs from Lowes- Asiatic Lily, Siberian Iris, and McKana Hybrids Columbine. It is now May and almost nothing has come up. Weather-wise, it has been weird here in southeast PA--winter was unseasonably warm with very little snow, March was even more warm, in the 70s and even 80s a few times. Then we had a month or so of no rain. OK... maybe that's why my bulbs never came up? Oh--also I planted a bunch of day lilys last fall. A few got nibbled by rabbits, the rest never even made an appearance.
I'm tired of waiting & looking at blank spaces in the garden. Thinking of giving up on the bulbs and just planting something that is already there, like flowering shrubs...something that can't get gnawed by rabbits or just never stick it's head above the ground.
Or should I wait & hope the bulbs will appear next year?