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 Home>News Archive>2013>November>Get It Growing>

Tulips, hyacinth bulbs need chilling before planting

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(Audio 11/18/13) Most spring bulbs can be planted this time of the year. Tulip and hyacinth bulbs need refrigeration before they can go into the ground. You can buy the bulbs now and keep them in the vegetable bin of your refrigeration for six to eight weeks before planting them in January or February. (Runtime: 60 seconds)

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11/13/2013 10:52:17 AM

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