Tulips are easy to grow in a garden.
- They need full sun or partial shade. Tulips don’t like deep shade and will often have a yellowish cast. If your tulips are getting too much sun, try planting some ferns around them for more shade.
- They need well drained soil that’s rich with organic material like compost or manure to help retain moisture in the roots. Use a tiller to mix the new soil into existing beds before planting tulip bulbs so they can get established quickly and thrive on their own once they’ve germinated.
Tulips need regular watering throughout their growing season, but not too much or they’ll rot! Also make sure there is good air circulation around them because they don’t do well when planted next to large trees that block out all light.
Tulips – How to grow in garden?
Tulips are one of the most popular flowers in our garden. They grow in spring and they come in a variety of colors, sizes and shapes.
They are bulbs and grow best under soil that is rich in nitrogen and phosphorus.
If you have never grown tulips before then it may seem difficult to do so but there is no need to worry as it will be easy for you once you get used to doing it each year.