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September 7, 2011

Wildflower Tulips??!! A Wild Spring Show!

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These are little bulbs that have brilliant colors. These wildflower tuliips are the size of large crocus. They make a great ground-cover, and if you plant them in your wildflower garden, you'll have color a month before you see any other wildflower blooms!

They're also great under shrubs, along walks. Plant them once, and they're there ever spring. If you plant 7-9 bulbs per sq. ft. to make a splash in your garden the first year. These are tiny bulbs but they need to be planted deeply (4") to encourage best flowering as they spread. These tulips are perennials, they come back each spring to form larger and more colorful colonies with each passing year.

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Posted by Marilyn Renaker at September 7, 2011 8:30 AM
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