How to Garden & Plant Tulips

If you’d like to plant some tulips in your garden, dig a hole about 2.5 times deeper than the height of the bulb, then add a bulb food such as bone meal to help it thrive. A nursery professional shows you how in this free video on flower gardening. Expert: Donna Emery Contact: Bio: Donna Emery has been a certified horticulturist for 20 years, has a two year degree in landscape design, and is a Utah-certified nursery professional. Filmmaker: Michael Burton Series Description: Fill your world with flowers, including peonies, tulips, hardy geraniums, lavender, and whatever else suits your fancy with these invaluable tips on flower gardening. Learn from an experienced nursery professional in this free video series.

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