Naturalising bulbs in grass is an exciting way to display them. It might be best to avoid popping them under your lawn however, as it takes a while for the bulb foliage to die back in late spring, which can be frustrating when you want to mow. Instead, opt for a grassy area under deciduous trees, or an area of long grass. Snake’s head fritillaries, native daffodil Narcissus pseudonarcissus and crocus are ideal bulbs for naturalising. Either use a trowel or a special bulb planter to remove a section of grass and soil, drop in the bulbs, then fill the hole back up with soil and replace the grass. A quicker method is to strip off a layer of turf with a spade, plant the bulbs as you would into normal soil, then replace the turf.