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'Yellow Jewel' tulip (Tulipa batalinii 'Yellow Jewel')
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'Yellow Jewel' tulip (Tulipa batalinii 'Yellow Jewel')
'Yellow Jewel' tulip (Tulipa batalinii 'Yellow Jewel'). Photo: Wikimedia Commons user Ghislain118, licensed under Creative Commons 3.0 Unported
April and May Planting tips: Plant quickly to prevent drying out. Tip the bulb or place on its side to keep water from pooling in the top indent.
Botanical tulips- wild variety. Let die
and May Planting tips: In wet climates, dig and store dormant bulbs to replant in the fall.
Botanical Tulips Species tulips Often overshadowed by their taller cousins, species tulips are nevertheless much longer lived. In fact, while hybrid tulips tend to fizzle after
Planting tips: In wet climates, dig and store dormant bulbs to replant in the fall.
“ns1” — damanjeri
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Cutting Garden
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Does the boxwood hedge help keep deer way from the tulips?
What are the names of the purple and white flowers planted in between the tulip leaves?
Mind the bulbs. Spring bulbs such as tulips and daffodils put on quite a show, but once they're done it's important to remove their spent flowers to help preserve energy for next year's bloom
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Cottage Perennial
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These are Tulips. They are bulbs that are planted in the fall and bloom in the spring. The pink ones are Tulip 'Angelique' and the white ones are Tulip 'Tacoma'. I hope this helps.
my tulips in container next yr
Putting the tulips I your own pots in their containers
Tulips (tulipa). The most traditional tulips are Dutch hybrids
Nestle tulip bloom container in pots in spring
Tulips - plant in Fall? dump after bloom in West
to compensate for the lack of winter chill needed by most bulbs and for the shallower planting depth in a pot. Here are a few tips for planting the most popular bulbs — tulips and daffodils — in containers.• Choose terra-cotta or plastic pots that are at least 8 inches in diameter — as large as 14 inches
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Spring at the front entry grass and bulb garden
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Great tip - plant for a layered effect! 7. Plant for a layered effect. Create greater impact by using the same space to plant small, medium and large bulbs on top of one another. For instance, in the same 8-inch deep hole, you can first plant alliums or large tulips and cover them with a few inches
instance, in the same 8-inch deep hole, you can first plant alliums or large tulips and cover them with a few inches of soil. Add hyacinths or miniature daffodils that you also cover, then end with small bulbs like crocuses, species tulips, and grape hyacinths. In this photo, alliums are getting ready to bloom
instance, in the same 8-inch deep hole, you can first plant alliums or large tulips and cover them with a few inches of soil. Add hyacinths or miniature daffodils that you also cover, then end with small bulbs like crocuses, species tulips, and grape hyacinths. In this photo, alliums are getting ready to bloom
“Great tip - plant for a layered effect! 7. Plant for a layered effect. Create greater impact by usin” — Janelle Bosek
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Beautiful zen spring garden
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Fritillaria. They are a bulb to be planted the same time as a tulip (in the late fall in Colorado) and they bloom in the spring. They are very expensive for a bulb and they smell like a skunk when they are a bulb, but there is nothing more magical in the spring. They are truly impressive
partial shade Height: 2 to 4 feet Bloom time: April and May Planting tips: Plant quickly to prevent drying out. Tip the bulb or place on its side to keep water from pooling in the top inden
Planting tips: Plant quickly to prevent drying out. Tip the bulb or place on its side to keep water from pooling in the top indent.
2-3 ft high,bloom May&April. Plant quickly to prevent drying out. Tip bulb
when crushed. USDA zones: 3 to 8 Sun requirement: Full to partial shade Height: 2 to 4 feet Bloom time: April and May Planting tips: Plant quickly to prevent drying out. Tip the bulb or place on its side to keep water from pooling in the top indent.
“Frits” — deborahcombs
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Dutch hyacinth
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.OK! Full sun/partial shade Mature size 6-14", Early-mid-Spring (TIPS: Buy big bulbs for big flowers. Before planting, store in refrigerator like tulips. Plant mid-late fall. Bury bulbs 5" deep/5" apart. After bloom - treat like tulips(?)
Bloom time: Early to mid spring Planting tips for mild climates: Buy big bulbs for big flowers. Before planting, store them in the refrigerator, as for tulips. Plant in mid to late fall. Bury bulbs 5 inches deep, 5 inches apart. After bloom time, treat them like tulips.
highBloom time: Early to mid springPlanting tips for mild climates: Buy big bulbs for big flowers. Before planting, store them in the refrigerator, as for tulips. Plant in mid to late fall. Bury bulbs 5 inches deep, 5 inches apart. After bloom time, treat them like tulips.
“Dutch Hyacinth 'Peter Stuyvesant' plush/fragrant (mild climates! 1 season!) USDA zones: 5-9!....OK!” — rbcola
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Black Tulip™ Magnolia, Magnolia x soulangiana 'Jurmag1' P.P.A.F.
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Black Tulip™ Magnolia, Magnolia x soulangiana 'Jurmag1' P.P.A.F.
Photo by Doreen Wynja Rich, deep burgundy-red 6 inch flowers with a unique tulip shape appear before the leaves emerge in early spring. The darkest and tightest flowers of any Tulip Magnolia on the market! An excellent small specimen or may be topped to form a hedge. A fine container plant or backdrop
magnolias. Also called tulip trees, these are varieties of Magnolia soulangeana, a deciduous small tree with supersize flowers on bare branches in late winter and early spring. Colors range from pure white to purple — some are so shockingly dark that they look black. Shown here is 'Black Tulip'. Considering their
9Water requirement: Moderate to more Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 15 to 25 feet tall and 6 to 15 feet wide, depending on variety.Growing tips: Provide rich soil, with plenty of amendments at planting time. Don't let the soil dry out; watch for sogginess. Prune only to control size, after the
“Black tulip magnolia” — songstress3
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Kniphofia 'Ember Glow'
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zones: 6a to 10b Water requirement: Low once established Light requirement: Full sun; Mature size: 3 feet tall Bloom time: Late summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and prune back after the first killing freeze.
zones: 6a to 10b Water requirement: Low once established Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 3 feet tall Bloom time: Late summer to fall Planting tips: Plant in spring or fall and prune back after the first killing freeze.
garden. This variety, Kniphofia 'Ember Glow', produces tall spikes of red flower buds that open to orange and fade to yellow above clumps of evergreen, strap-like leaves. They also look great against a background of ornamental grasses.Planting note: Kniphofia is an easy and undemanding plant to grow. It prefers
“flower-focal point” — janewangyh
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