I wanted to continue the theme of planting a Bakker Spalding rainbow and thought it would be fun to plant the colours of the tulips in their respective coloured pots.
As I was minus a spare blue pot I utilised a black one and used my blue shoe cream to cover it and gave it a waterproof shoe spray – looking good although I think it may have been cheaper to have jumped in the car and gone and bought one – but being impulsive I couldn’t wait to get started.
For my pot of gold I’ve kept one bulb back from each packet and planted them together in one pot. By doing this I can look forward to ‘2’ rainbows.
As a child I always loved to spot a rainbow and even now I have to admit I get a little excited when I see one. So I am really looking forward to next spring when I hopefully have a rainbow on display when I stroll through my garden.
The weather has been so pleasant today so as the conditions were in my favour I was able to give my lawn another cut and it’s looking good. I always try and keep on top of the mowing at this time of the year (mid Oct) just in case I get caught out and not able to do the last pre winter cut.
Don’t forget next ‘spring, get the camera out and show us your very own ‘Rainbow’, if you haven’t yet ordered your ‘Plant a Rainbow’ there’s still time.
Visit our website now – the Bakker Spalding ‘Rainbow’ pack is such great value you can’t afford to miss it!