21st November 2019


Can you dig up bulbs in the spring?

Spring - Once the foliage dies back or matures in the late spring or early summer, the bulb is dormant. Some bulbs benefit from digging to divide the bulbs and spread them out over the bed. If you lift your spring-flowering bulbs, they should be stored in a well ventilated place and replanted in the fall.

Can you transplant tulips in the spring?

Transplant tulip bulbs as soon as frost danger has passed in spring. You can also transplant six weeks before the first fall frost, but you have to store the bulbs in a cool, dry place for the summer. Once transplanted, tulips require minimal care because the bulbs are dormant.
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