Talkback: Growing tulips in problem places

Great advice! Thank you!

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  • Sean FishpoolSean Fishpool Posts: 18 admin
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  • YenYen Posts: 1
    For step 5, it states that "Stand the basket in a sunny spot to dry out for at least eight weeks". May I know if it is alright if it rains?



    How dry does it need to be? And how do you store the bulbs? Do you have to cut the foliage.
  • kate1123kate1123 Posts: 2,815

    After the 8 weeks or when their leaves have died back, I clean off my bulbs, remove any leaves,  bin any that have rotted and store them in a wire basket in the shed.

    They need to be stored somewhere dry or they will rot. If you left them in the rain in a puddle that is where the problem starts, I try to get mine under the eaves so that they get the sun but do not get too wet. 

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