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 Annual – Sun

Tulip spp.                   Ht. 9”-12” Spread 6”-9”

TOO-lip                       Spacing 6”-9”

HABIT:   Flowers on long stems in spring. Dwarf and tall growing varieties available. Single, double and parrot type flowers available. All colors available.

CULTURE:   Plant after the weather is good and cold in well-prepared and well-drained beds. Pull out and throw away after blooming.

USES:  Spring color.

PROBLEMS:  Expensive, will usually not return in this area – should be replanted each year.

NOTES:     Plant in pansy beds for dramatic display in the spring. Can be planted farther apart (12”-18”) if planted in this fashion. Native to Asia.

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