Answer: Because of the way the tulip crop cycles, bulbs are available in the fall when they are to be planted. The bulbs require a certain number of weeks of cold storage in order to grow and bloom. Then they need to grow their leaves for some time in order to build up their strength to bloom again. Finally, they go dormant which is when they can be harvested. Unfortunately, there is literally not enough time between their spring bloom and July for them to come into the bloom portion of their cycle again. Unfortunately, I think you might need to consider silk flowers if tulips are truly the only thing that will do. I'm sorry I can't be more helpful.
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