Q.Winter creeper woes
I planted the evergreen variety of winter creeper as ground cover in a fairly shady area of my garden and many of my bulbs are not coming up this year. I have not seen my bleeding hearts or Canadians and usually I would by this time of year. What can I do to help them? Do I need to dig up the bulbs and plant them in a pot in the garden or cut away the creeper where the bulbs are?
I appreciate your insight!
Yes, the Wintercreeper may be an issue. It can smother out native plants and even kill shrubs and trees.
Moving your plants may be the easier option.