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Types Of Flowering Bulbs That Work

 

  • Tulips: Can require at least 15 weeks of chilling to be successfully forced. Early flowering tulips are easier to force.
  • Hyacinths: Wait until the top growth is about 3″ before moving to a sunny location. Usually requires at least 10 weeks of chilling to be successfully forced.
  • Daffodils: Usually requires at least 13 weeks of chilling to be successfully forced. Place in direct sunlight to help it bloom properly after being forced.
  • Crocus: Can require up to 15 weeks of chilling to be successfully forced.
  • Iris: Can require up to 15 weeks of chilling to be successfully forced. Dwarf Irises force well.

 

 

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