Gardening & Landscaping
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Tilling & then planting bulbs - Q's
I am going to till under to create "beds" alongside a home I use as a rental (and is 2000 miles away from me so I can't work in the yard often) and then I am going to plant tiger lily bulbs and then mulch over (keeping in mind total depth for the bulbs). I'm wondering if I need to lay any landscape cloth between tilled earth and mulch making holes for the bulbs to come through or if this isn't necessary. I'd REALLY rather not ($$ & denying the earth the nutrients)but this home will be occupied by renters who won't weed and I don't want to have weeds coming through the mulch.