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Spoken Garden demonstrates How to Use a Bulb Auger

Spoken Garden talks about what a bulb auger is and demonstrates how to use a bulb auger in your garden.

Why manually dig hole after hole in your garden when you can save time and your back with a Power Planter bulb auger? Bulb planters are part of our line of garden augers made to effortlessly dig perfectly sized holes for planting flower bulbs, such as tulips, daffodils, and more. Just attach the drill bit for planting bulbs to your drill, drill your holes, drop the bulbs into the holes, cover the bulbs with soil and fertilizer, water, then watch as your garden becomes the envy of the neighborhood. Whether you’re planting spring-blooming bulbs in the fall or spring-planted bulbs for summer color, our Power Planter bulb augers are equipped to handle all soil conditions, in any season. 

Made with pride in the USA, each Power Planter bulb auger is welded by hand for maximum durability. Not only is planting bulbs a breeze with these bulb augers, but they’re also built to last, making them a worthwhile investment for any gardener. Upgrade your gardening experience with a Power Planter bulb planting auger and enjoy a lifetime of beautiful blooms.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Size Bulb Auger Do I Need to Plant Daffodil Bulbs?

Daffodil bulbs have an average diameter of about 2 to 3 inches. To plant larger bulbs like daffodils, you should consider a bulb auger with a diameter of 3 or 5 inches. If you’re still unsure what bulb auger you need, check out our auger guide or take our auger quiz

What Is the Correct Way to Plant Bulbs with A Bulb Planter?

The first step in planting bulbs the correct way is to choose the right location. Select a spot with well-draining soil, adequate sunlight, and the right depth for the bulb you’re planting. Next, use your bulb planter to dig a hole that is two to three times the height of the bulb. Then, place the bulb in the hole with the root end facing down. Next, cover the bulb with soil mixed with compost or other fertilizer and water. 

What Kind of Bulbs Can You Plant with a Bulb Auger?

Bulb augers are versatile tools and can be used to plant a wide range of bulbs, including tulips, daffodils, crocuses, hyacinths, alliums, lilies, freesia, anemones, and more. Bulb augers for drills are particularly useful for planting large numbers of bulbs in a short amount of time. These augers are ideal when you want to fill flower beds in your garden or landscaping projects with tens or hundreds of bulbs.