Dan’s Garden Tips Don’t Cut Back Spring Flowering Bulbs Too Early!

As spring flowering bulbs such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, etc. finish blooming, if possible, allow the foliage to turn yellow and die back. The leaves should be easily removed by just tugging on them when they have completely died back. Allowing the leaves to remain on the plant until they turn yellow allows the photosynthesis process in the green leaves to replenish the bulb with plenty of energy for next year’s blossoms. Removing them too early robs the plant of food needed to produce spectacular blooms. In Oklahoma, most tulip bulbs are treated as annuals, meaning they are replanted every…

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