The Q&A Archives: Tulip bulbs

Question: I have clusters of Tulips that don't have flower buds on them. If I dig them up and replant them now will they bloom or will they come up next year? Should I just dig them up and dry them for fall planting? Thanks for your help.

Answer: It will best for your tulips to wait until the foliage dies down and turns crispy brown. After that happens you can dig and replant them elsewhere in your garden. It isn't necessary to store them for fall planting. Enjoy your garden!

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