Tulips are great and all, but if you want to enjoy your bulbs over the long summer months it’s time to think about storing them. Here are some tips for protecting tulip bulbs during their off-season.
Tulip bulbs can be stored over summer in a variety of ways. One way to store them is by planting them in pots and covering the top with a piece of plastic, or burying them up to their necks.
How do you force Tulip bulbs outside?
A: Tulip bulbs are not hardy plants and need to be planted in a place with a lot of sun. If you have a garden, you can plant them there. Otherwise, try planting them in pots or hanging them from the ceiling.
Tulip bulbs are a great way to add color and interest to your garden. They can also be expensive or hard to find, so you may want to store them over the summer. Reference: what to do with tulip bulbs after flowering.
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