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Try early-, mid- and late-spring blooming tulips to enjoy a full season of flowers!

If you're looking for a beautiful flower with perennial qualities, look no further than this springtime classic: the tulip! Easily recognized by their iconic bell-shaped flower, tulips come in a wide variety of colors and shapes and make an excellent addition to your stone gardens, borders, nature-scapes. They're also a supreme choice for cut-flower arrangements and wedding bouquets. You'll find everything you need for a unique and colorful tulip garden, from classic red Dutch tulips to bicolored pink and purple Rembrandt tulips to elegant white tulips. You'll also find ruffled parrot tulips, double-blooming tulips, and Monsella tulips here! sight and their lush colors will ensure your flower beds or cut-flower displays will be an eye-pleasing sight for everyone.

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Tulip bulb planting is reasonably unvaried between the different species, with the primary differences being depth under the soil and spatial matters. Once your tulip plants have been established, as long as they receive the needed care per breed, they will return year after year, with some types multiplying on their own. It is important to note that in order to make sure the bulbs will be productive annually, avoid cutting back the foliage and allow the matured foliage to naturally wither and provide nutrients for the bulbs. When pruning, only cut the top one third of the spent stem. A garden classic that everyone loves, tulips are always a welcome

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