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I've been told that the bigger the tulip bulb, the better the flower. Is this true?

Not entirely. It is true, however, that, as a general rule, the bigger the tulip bulb the bigger the flower. But bigger does not necessarily mean better. The bulbs of a species tulip such as tulipa tarda for example would appear quite tiny beside, say, a ...


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Spring Alphabet



Anemones belong to the early-flowering, bulbous plants. With their soft coloring, of white, pink and light blue, they look wonderful under a tree or shrub which is just beginning to grow in the spring. They are planted in the autumn and over the years they will form a splendid carpet of flowers.

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