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5/10/15 4:43 P

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Were they forced the first time? Sounds like that is the problem. Plant in the ground in the Fall and they might bloom next year. Do not cut back the leaves. Let them die back naturally.

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5/10/15 11:10 A

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I have Tulips that I planted in a pot last year. This year all 3 plants came out with big beautiful leaves but no flowers at all? What happened? I'm so confused? Was it because I didn't fertilize it?

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