Tulips cutted 6w after blooming - but were still green 😬
I’m new to gardening. My first tulips were amazing. All 300 of them. I was told deadhead and then to wait 6w after blooming to cut them to ground level. That’s what I did - stems and all. Only the leaves were still green and the stems kept growing back. I suspect that can’t be good. I pulled some stems a few weeks after to find them rotten. 😬 I want my beauties back next spring. They’re quality bulbs. What should I do? Lift them?! Still have a lot going on on top of them... and store 300 plus bulbs?! Please, help?! Thanks! Cheers from Scotland.