Tulips by far are the most popular of the spring flowering bulbs. Although in the autumn are planted at least a couple dozen bulbs, in the spring garden will delight with a rich, gorgeous blooms to dispel the memory of the long, monotonous and winter poor of colors. How to plant the tulip bulbs, and what should be observed.

What you should know about the TULIP planting
zoom Zoom image
What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting What you should know about the TULIP planting

Tulips are easily cultivable, so they also inherited so much popularity, but most remember about them only in the spring, when it is too late to plant bulbs. In the October tulip growers are forcefully busy in the garden with tulip planting.

Used to be early, medium and late blooming tulips, as well as a wide range of colors - white, yellow, pink, red, black, purple, orange, marl and on, and on, but planting the laws of all varieties are same. But the tulip planting really has not missed - bulbs can be planted until the soil is not frozen.

One of the first tips refers to the place where to plant tulips. One most common mistake occurs - bulb planting in moist soil. The fact that tulips bloom in spring after snowmelt does not necessarily mean that the moist soil is preferred. As a favorable place the breeder mentions sandy soil, and definitely not clay. Thankful is very flat, sunny, few shaded areas with a slight slope in the eastern or south-easterly direction. You can also use sloping places directed southward,  but in the sunny, hot weather will have to pay more  attention to careful watering.

Bulbs are to be buried at depth 10-15 centimeters, but it is best to plant them at a depth of three bulbs, because they used to be both larger and smaller. If you want to make a fuller tulip planting, bulbs can be planted with a spacing of 10 inches, but if want a thin flowerbed, bulbs should be planted with larger distances.

Many growers face with rodents, which had already eaten up planted bulbs until spring, in such cases, we recommend to try to plant bulbs in flower baskets or boxes.

About  fertilization of tulips.

In order to tulips would be fatter and more colorful flowers - for fertilization use Vermicompost "Oh Shit!". Pour a handful of vermicompost  under each bulb  and mix with the ground. In the spring complement each plant with nutrients, water with Vermiextract Universal Plant Food "Oh Shit!". Mix 50 ml of the extract with 10 l of water. Do watering in every 14 days, before bolting.

About  selection of  bulbs.

Definitely you should trust local farmers and professionals, because not always purchased abroad or from there imported onions will be suitable for growth in our climatic conditions. Right now at the local breeders and farmers can buy in the widest range. If you buy bulbs from local professionals, certainly they will give some tips, and growers themselves consider - from local bulbs tulips always grow more fatter and bloom with more colorful flowers.