Best Time To Plant Tulips  

       The tulip is an upright flower, which belongs to the family Liliaceae and grows mostly in Europe, North Africa and Asia. The Keukenhof Gardens in Holland always leaves its visitors spellbound, thanks to the stunning and colorful display of tulips.

          To get the perfect bloom in your own garden, follow these planting tips and enjoy the beauty of tulips.More...

 

When To Plant Tulip Bulbs ?

When To Plant Tulip Bulbs                   You can get tulip bulbs either via mail order or at your local garden centers. If you are buying them from a garden center, make sure you choose ones which are free from mold, bruises and cuts, and feel firm to the touch. Do not pick up bulbs which feel squishy or if the papery brown shell is missing.More...

 

Care Of Cut Tulips

Care Of Cut Tulips             Tulips are one of the first spring flowers, and fresh cut flowers will not only add to the ambience of your home, but also lift up the spirits of its occupants. The presence of these colorful flowers after a long and bleak winter will make you feel happy and look forward to the impending sunny weather.More...

 

Facts About Tulips

Facts About Tulips               After the rose and chrysanthemum, the world’s third most popular flower is the tulip. Tulip is a very beautiful, bright, and cup-shaped flower, with a green stem. Central and western Asia is the place from were tulips are believed to have originated. Nomadic tribes are the people who introduced Turkey to these pretty blooms.More...

 

How Deep Do I Plant Tulips ?

How Deep Do I Plant Tulips

Tulips should be planted as per the following guidelines in the U.S. Between September and early October in USDA Climate Hardiness Zones 4 and 5; October to early November in zones 6 and 7; November to early December in zones 8 and 9; and late December to early January in zone 10.More...

 

Life Cycle Of A Tulip

Life Cycle Of A Tulip             Tulips are beautiful and perfect, due to which they were considered the flowers of God by the Turks. Though said to be a native of Holland, these flowers are actually from Central and Western Asia. It is believed that nomadic tribes brought tulips to Turkey, and it was the Turks who made tulips popular as a spring flower.More...

 

Problems With Growing Tulips

Problems With Growing Tulips                  Tulips are prone to many diseases. So, it is important to know these diseases, and take preventive measure to ensure a healthy bloom. Stunted growth can also be a problem if your tulips are exposed to inadequate winter cooling or warm spring temperatures.More...

 

When To Dig Tulip Bulbs ?

When To Dig Tulip Bulbs            Tulips are one of the very first flowers of spring, and add dazzle to your garden along with the daffodils and crocuses. Tulip blooms are comparatively quite short-lived, since they last not more than a week in warm weather. Knowing the right planting depths and choosing between early, mid-spring and late varieties, it is possible to enjoy these beautiful flowers for two to three months.More...

 

 

 

    
 

Flower Gardening :

Growing-Tulips-In-Pots      Growing tulips in pots is a surefire way to add color to your spring garden. What you will need to get started are some pots, potting mix specially made for bulbs, and a handful of bulbs that will go into each pot. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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