Here’s a light bulb over your head for Inspire Friday: Plant a bulb under your feet! Planting in the fall can be very rewarding. There is something promising about digging into the earth and encouraging growth during the harsh winter months. Inevitably, spring comes, and we are rewarded with blooming beauty. Plant bulbs that flower in spring and summer, including crocus, tulip, daffodil, alliums and all of the lilies, such as Asiatic, Oriental, Orienpet, turk’s cap and martagon. Get bulbs in the ground when soil temps hit 55 F. This generally occurs when you no longer hear crickets, night temps hover between 40 F and 50 F or fall color is just past peak. You can plant as long as the ground is not frozen, but it’s best to get it done during the 8 weeks following the first frost.