Transplanting tulips can be a great way to move spring color around your landscape. Whether you're making room for an outdoor kitchen or just tired of your current garden design, transplanting tulips is quick and easy.
Transplanting Tulips In Your Garden
Tulips and other spring flowering bulb plants have a specific life cycle that includes a period of dormancy. When your tulips are dormant, it is a simple matter to lift them from their current location and place them elsewhere in the garden. Getting started is easy:
Forcing bulbs indoors means encouraging plants to grow and flower out of their natural environment and season. It can give you colorful flora, even in the dead of winter.