Gardening Tips : Care of Tulips After Bloom



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Care for tulips after they bloom by cutting them half way down and keeping them well watered during hot summer months. Use raised garden beds with good drainage to grow tulips with gardening tips from a sustainable gardener in this free video on plant care.

Expert: Yolanda Vanveen
Contact: www.vanveenbulbs.com
Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash.
Filmmaker: Daron Stetner

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15 Responses

  1. Korry Goldson says:

    in southwest Ohio. I have Blue Grape Hyacinth and a few tulips I have in a raised flower bed around my tree. will these two plants multiply at the same rate? they are all 1 year old. thanks.

  2. Dayle Morse says:

    Funny…one says not to refrigerated the tulips and another one says it's OK.. I still haven't seen how to deal with hydroponic grown tulips …mind have died down I got the tops cut and in a paper bag…roots were still wet…one started getting mold but I got it cleaned off..bull looks a little gold color while the others are still white-ish…. so… do I refrigerate them…? Let them dry first..? I did put them in a paper towel.. should I remove that…?

  3. Loreena Balderrama says:

    My tulip leaves are turning purple help is that normal in pot bloomed already.

  4. Miguel anguiano says:

    Awesome thank you for the information. I'm going to put mine in the refrigerator because it got up to 130 and more last summer. Thank you very much

  5. ja z says:

    why does pistil get big on a Tulips?

  6. denis Wilson says:

    THANK YOU   …. Yes!!   you are the first person to give an answer to my question.

  7. mike gaudio says:

    Perfect! Exactly what I was looking for! Thank you.

  8. Vivienne Soan says:

    No sound?

  9. Bobby W. says:

    If you cut them out, does a new one grow in it's place?

  10. Skyler Carrington says:

    WAIT WHAT?? I have to dig them up and replant them? I didn't sign up for that

  11. JAck Sprat says:

    Not in the freezer OMG!

  12. Garden Sheds Devon says:

    Another gorgeous attraction that will add to our garden is the tulip flowers. With the big help of this video, we are now knowledgeable on how to care such plant after blooming. But I guess we have to be cautious about fertilizing tulips immediately after flowering because doing so can prone your plant into disease.

  13. Berthine Canty says:

    I just received a tulip plant for valentine's day. I live in Florida and she is blooming beautifully. I have watched several of your video's and you say to let the green leaves die down to nothing and then place the bulb's in the freezer since we are in a warmer climate. Should I do this even if my plant is an indoor plant? she isn't planted outside but in a pot. Should I place compost into my plant if i am to replant her? (sorry i'm very new to gardening)

  14. Dean Johnson says:

    Do the Tulip Bulbs Burn out after the first year? should I keep planting more bulbs to keep them looking good in my garden?

    Please answer this post if you know the answer, I'm new to bulbs.

  15. Dean Johnson says:

    Thanks Yulanda you rock , i have watch all your wonderful videos and you are the best help , these tutorials are helpful.

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