The bulb has grown from a tulip seed. Seeds develop at the base of the tulip flower. It takes 5-7 years for a tulip seed to grow into a bulb and produce the stem, leaves, and flower. The bulb stores food produced by the leaves during photosynthesis and uses it to produce next year's flower, leaves and stem. They have roots to absorb water and nutrients for the tulip plant. Bulbs can multiply underground and…
Can other plants be planted around green tulip leaves or do leaves need go turn yellow before planting around them?
Yes, you can plant other flowers around tulips when their leaves are still green. Be careful not to dig into the tulip bulb when planting the new flowers. When tulip leaves are yellow and brown and drying, you can give them a small tug and they'll come free from the bulb. Don't remove them while still green - they're making food for the bulb to store for next year's blooms.
If a flower has roots that have been dormant in the soil all winter, a new plant is sent up from the roots. If a flower has a bulb (like a tulip) sitting deep in the soil, it will emerge from the bulb. Some flowers (iris) have tubers (fleshy underground stem-like part) that sends out new growth in the spring.
I think this is right I found it on a website: Marigold flowers Carnation flowers Chickweed Clover blossoms and leaves Daisies Dandelion (whole plant) Day lilies Grape leaves and vines Hibiscus flowers Hollyhock flowers Impatiens Grass (wash it first), leaves and strips of bark from deciduous trees (no conifers) Lilac Maple leaves Nasturtium flowers Oak Leaves and bark Pansy flowers and leaves Petunia blossoms Purslane Red raspberry leaves Rose petals Tulip flowers Violet flowers
There is a very specific allergic reaction to certain tulip poplar trees. It is characterized by swollen eyes and hives. There is an anti body available. Kyle Offerdahl CT Certified Arborist There is a very specific allergic reaction to certain tulip poplar trees. It is characterized by swollen eyes and hives. There is an anti body available. Kyle Offerdahl CT Certified Arborist
There are two different layers of plants that grow in temperate forests. The bottom layer of plants is plentiful during spring seasons when there is more light that reaches the ground. These plants include mosses, lichens, and ferns. The other types of plants that grow in these biomes include beeches, sycamores, oaks, aspens, walnut trees, elms, chestnut trees, lime trees, birches, and the American tulip tree.
they have unicorns!!!!!!!! not really. Here's a list of the colors that the different trees' leaves turn. Tree Leaf Color Black walnut and butternut Drop leaves before they turn Locust Stays green until leaves drop Ash Plum purple Red maple, dogwood, Dark red sassafras, & scarlet oak Sugar maple & sumac Flame red and orange Oak, beech, lark, elm, hickory, and sycamore Tan or brown Poplar, burch, tulip tree, and willow Yellow