I love love love fresh tulip bouquets this time of year.. however they seem to get droopy soooo fast. To get a little more life out of them, simply drop a penny in water of the vase and they will last much longer.
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I found tulip and hyacinth bulbs that I hadn't planted - and now it's WINTER! * Use a container, layer the bulbs in potting soil, and leave outdoors for the rest of winter. They should sprout in the spring when the ground warms up.
Tulips, hyacinths, lilies, even amaryllis should survive the snow and come out in the spring/early summer.
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