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The Tulip is a perennial plant of the genus Tulipa characteristic of a bulbous shape and vibrant coloration.
Injecting Food Coloring into Tulip Bulb Any flower that is white will absorb the color you choose. You see that often with carnations. They are dyed blue alot. I have found nothing on-line that shows this. I did see one reference where a virus was injected into the bulb to change the flower colo…
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Answer Keep tulips out of sunlight and away from drafts and heat.
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Publication NR-460 (from Utah State University; see https://extension.usu.edu/forestry/Reading/ExtPubsOther.htm)suggests that the Liriodendron tulipifera or tulip tree will grow in zones 4-9, which is where much of Utah falls. I highly recommend NR-460 for your reference for Utah trees.
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Answer As with most bulbs it is best to leave the foliage until it is quite yellow as that is how the plant stores the energy needed for next season. It is also forming next year's flower, so the food made from any green part helps that too. Leave them as long as you can put up with. Under-plan…
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You can check this site out. http://www.tulipreview.com/plant_tulip/questions_on_planting_bulbs.html
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After a day of working in the garden, our dog started to act strangely. She would not bend her legs, and when she walked in the yard, she stumbled and listed to the right - something we had never seen our 4 year old pup do. She looked drunk. A quick call to the vet (it was a holiday, but she happene…
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There is no way to harden the wood of a Tulip Poplar tree as it grows. Wood cannot be hardened until after it is harvested, at the time of harvesting and cutting, it may be treated with chemicals or sealants that make the wood stronger.
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Tulip bulbs need planted in the Fall for them to push through the surface by Spring. Bulbs need those dormant months in the soil to produce flowers.
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"Yellow flowers mean friendship."In some cases, this may be correct, but it's not true with tulips (or with a number of other flower, for that matter). Yellow tulips can symbolize hopeless love or happiness in one's life. Yellow carnations symbolize rejection or disdain. Marigolds, which are yellow-…
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water them each day, and take good care of them, and they'll live.
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Tulips bloom in Spring. It usually depends where you live.
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It is thought to be a symbol of the Ottoman Empire
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No, it's an angiosperm. Yup. A gymnosperm's seeds are not enclosed in a protective covering of some sort. So therefore if the seed is not protected, it is not a gymnosperm. A tulip is not a gymnosperm. I hope this helps clear that up a bit! :)
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Cut tulips continue to grow because of phototropism. When cut and placed in a vase, the tulips bend towards the light, and so they elongate.
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no it does not need the seed
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Experts are of the opinion that the best time to plant Tulips would be during fall, mainly during the ending days of October and early November. After waiting for the season to start, start with planting the tulip bulbs. Alo another thing you need to ensure while planting is that the location where …
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Good Question, being a gardener like myself, you would realize that there are many different types of tulips. Some may be big, some may be small. So this states that no tulip is alike and they may need different things. So when you buy a bag of tulpis you will need to look for the instructions to se…
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tulips like cool sunny weather with a little breeze. and some sun.
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Sprouting tulips Yes, you can plant a tulip that has sprouted although obviously it is better to do so before this happens. Take care not to snap the roots while planting, and they will do a lot better than if you don't plant them. You can place it indoors if it can receive enough light, but once…
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Italy does not have an official national flower. However Italy does sometimes use the lily. But the lily does not officially represent Italy, it is the coat of arms for the Medici Family, from Florence in Italy.
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Answer You can think of a plant as a bit like a tower made up of cells instead of bricks. Plant cells are mostly water. If the plant loses too much water through evaporation (or transpiration) and this isn't replaced because you haven't watered it, then the water content of the cells starts to fa…
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Iran, the Netherlands and Turkey.
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Tulips can mean a variety of things. They are sacred to Mars (Men) not Venus (Women). They normally mean a "declaration of love", not love itself, though. Red tulips mean love and fame. Multi-colored tulips are supposed to represent people with beautiful eyes, and therefore beautiful souls. (The eye…
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no, perrenial
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After the plant has totally died back in the spring "after flowering" Dig the bulbs up wipe off any excess soil then lay the bulbs on newspaper in garage or someplace cool and dry for about a week. Then put them in a paper sack or in one of those plastic mesh sacks you get onions in from the stor…
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Angiosperms are flowering plants, so yes, the tulip is classed as one.
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Tulips stems should be cut on a bias. To make them stay fresher for longer, cut them, then roll each stem in newspaper for 2 hours, then cut again.
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The Netherlands.
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Nope, they come in bulbs
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tulips are found in southern Europe and Asia, although they grow up in many place.
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Answer Hi! To answer this question, firstly it is important to know if the plant is going to be in a snow fall location , the nature of soil. If you can answer the above i will try to answer. Regards Tweetika
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The Netherlands, once known as Holland.
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No. Keep your tulip bulbs in a cool, dry place until October or November, depending on where you live, and then plant them about six inches deep in the ground. In areas similar to where tulips evolved, they will recur annually, but in dissimilar environments, they may only bloom once or twice.
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The botanical name for the tulip is - Tulipa Tulips are from the family of - Liliaceae
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There are several different structures involved in the makeup of a tulip, and of flowers in general 1. PETALS: the most obvious portions of the tulip head that surrounds the "sex" organs 2. SEPELS: These structures are almost like petals, but ly under the petals, and are often green. However, on t…
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To care for tulips remember to dead head the flowers. You will never remove the leaves. Dig the entire plant out of the ground once every three years.
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holland i would say
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The maple is a tree, while the others are flowering plants or bulbs.
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No, tulips bloom only once a year - but they should bloom again next year and the one after etc....
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Perfect love
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what is the purpose of each of a tulip flower As with any flower it is to attract pollinators to fertilise the ovary.
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red, yellow, white, black, blue, mauve
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They got their name from the Persian word "toliban" meaning turban. Why you may ask? Well because the shape of the headdress that many people in the Middle East wear today is simallar to the shape of the flower known as a tulip!
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Tulips close at night , because when sun rises in the morning temperature of the atmosphere rises and rate of transpiration increases with the increase of temperature. so tulips cells loses water potential and become lose and become open. when day passed on and temperature become low than water pote…
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The only time you can transplant tulip bulbs is when the leaves dry up. Then you may dig them up and store them in a cool dry place until autumn before the ground freezes during winter. You may try to transplant them in early spring when they start producing shoots, however, they may be damaged this…
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no.Although I did once mistake one for an onion and cook it. 
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Too much water!!! Back off on the watering.. Let the soil dry out a tad in between waterings.
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tulip bulbs need cold induction to produce flowers, when the foliage is dead dig up the bulbs, wash them, dry them (so they dont rot) and store them in your fridge. replant them around march
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A rabbit or deer will eat a tulip and manyother types of plants. A goat will eat anything.
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The best time to transplant tulips is in Autum, so it is before the freezing winds come in and after the flowers are done blooming. After the bulbs are done blooming in the Spring, you dig them up and take them inside for summer.
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A typical tulip has six sepals. There are some types of tulips like the star- or cup-shaped tulips that only have three.
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The average time it takes for tulips to grow is about 2-3 weeks.The average time it takes for tulips to grow is about 2-3 weeks.
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Carnations are perennials, but many people grow them as annuals.
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tulips grow in all seasons even winter but i might be wrong or not cuz i have double checked a site
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tulips are called tulips from the word tulipa gesneriana
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Clean them well, let them dry for a few days and then put them in a box or paper envelope (something breathable). Label the box carefully, so that you can tell which is which in the spring. Store them in a cold place, like the garage or refrigerator. I don't believe they need to freeze, but they do …
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almost all countries, but the main exporter is the Netherlands
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They come from places such as : Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Turkey. But are mostly associated with Holland, because of their varying types of festivals involving tulips.
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Most flowers grown from bulbs like the tulip are best planted in the fall as bulbs while the plant is dormant. Believe it or not, they will actually start growing roots in the fall and during the winter that will help the plant off to a good start in the spring.
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A tulip is a flower.
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Tulips are adapted to cope with the harsh elements during the winter. They have storage organs located underground that enable them to survive extreme cold weather.
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Both the Netherlands and Turkey are well known for their tulips and once fought each other for the title of "The Tulip Country".
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Well they say hello,, i am moving in and going to not MOVE my bum.
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they eat nothing
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Tulipa gesneriana
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Cyclamen or Daisy.
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it means `love`.
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When a flowering plant turns into a bulb it does not die. It simply changes its form so that the flowering part of the plant is sheltered within a series of protective layers. A hardy bulb, such as a tulip bulb, can survive the winter if it is planted in the fall. A tender bulb, such as a begonia, c…
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Tulipa gesneriana
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Although tulips are often associated with Amsterdam and Holland, they are native to central Asia and cultivated by the Turks. In the 16th century, the Habsburg ambassador in Istanbul brought bulbs to Vienna. The botanist, Carolus Clusius propagated them and brought them to Leiden, in Holland when he…
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First, blue tulips are not natural. To create blue tulips, white tulips may be dyed to achieve the right color. Hybrid tulip species in shades of violet and lilac may also be created to make blue blossoms. Blue tulips symbolize tranquility and peace. When given to someone, they convey a message of t…
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The tulips would dry up. There petals would fall off.
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Kingdom: Plantae Division: Angiosperms Order: Liliales Family: Liliaceae Subfamily: Lilioideae Genus: Tulipa
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Both are kinds of leaves.
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Six.
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The Netherlands
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well the tulips petals dry up and they will eventually turn into a bulb
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tulips need water, sunlight, soil, fertilizer, and some bugs for the plant to survive.
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Ivy's, the stem can be cut and put in water and it will still grow rose. A Frangipani also have the ability to regrow, if cut at the stem and planted and watered.
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A perennial flower. There are many varieties, all quite beautiful.
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Rose,Jasmine,sunflower .................ect.
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Depending on your climate, you'll plant the tulip bulb in the Fall in order that it can cool off in the ground over the Winter. When the soil warms, the tulip will bloom. You can learn more, below.
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Lilies,roses,gulmohar and orchid :)
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It means "undying love." A red tulip symbolises undying live and affection.
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It has bright colour to attract insects.
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