can you force tulips to bloom?

Thomas Wall lostboy at sprint.ca
Wed Mar 25 08:39:15 EST 1998


Any time you interupt the roots of a plant... of any kind, it slows down
it's gowing... 

They may decide to take the year off from blloomingas a result...

The best way to dig up plants is in fact to make sure you get as much of
the root and possible the dirt as well, as in this case the bulb
obviously...

They should still gro, and possibly though not likely bloom... I dig them
after they have bloomed as a result....

Any extra bulbs???

Feel free to ask more questions.....

the lost boy



Campbell <tantec at bellsouth.net> wrote in article
<jUdR.5337$b36.5569361 at news1.atl.bellsouth.net>...
> Help! I am new at this gardening thing. i have just recently bought a
older
> home .
> there were tulips in all kinds of weird places. so I have dug them all up
to
> put them into one bed. but I have been told that once you have dug them
up
> that they would not bloom that year.  Is this true or what?
>                                            thanks
>                                                    T.C.
> 
> 
> 



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