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Old 15-03-2011, 04:14 AM
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Default Naturalising Crocus in lawns

I've got to naturalise some 10-15,000 crocus bulb into a lawn and am thinking of using a petrol turf cutter to cut the turf, then roll it up, place the bulbs, and roll it back. Despite endless research, however, I can't find anyone using this method. It seems to me that it would save a lot of time and effort. Is it feasible? Are there any downsides?

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