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Tulips are easy to grow -Let’s find out how

Tulips are easy to grow -Let’s find out how

You can not get your eyes off from this exotic beauty. Tulips are large, deep, brightly colored flowers, generally in red, pink, yellow, and white colors. Tulips are some of the gorgeous flowers found in the world. With continuous cultivation and breeding, these are now available in multiple and variegated flowers. If you are someone planning to create an exotic flower nook in your regular garden, here is a classic lead for you to grow these floral gems

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When to grow Tulip bulbs- Tulips are generally planted in the fall or in late summer (between summer and winters).

What is the best location to grow Tulip bulbs- Choose a place that gets full sun. In the hottest regions choose a place that is partially shaded. You can always choose a pot or container that is 10 inches deep to plant Tulip. Have a look at pots and planters for container gardening here.

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What is the best soil for growing Tulip bulbs- Tulips are best to grow in well-drained garden soil. Bulbs that sit in standing water can rot easily, hence avoid standing water. Check out the best garden soil available at nurserylive.

How to plant Tulip bulbs- If you are growing Tulip bulbs, plant bulbs 4 to 6 inches apart from each other, measured from the top of the bulb. If there are larger bulbs it would require deeper holes for healthy growth of Tulips.

How to water Tulips- After sowing Tulip bulbs, water thoroughly with a gentle spray or watering can. Maintain an inch of moisture in soil during the growing time, and as mentioned above do not keep standing water, this might just kill the growing bulbs.

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Tulips are fairly easy to grow and are cultivated around the world. Follow these simple steps and surely you will be able to have a colorful garden of exotic flowers.

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