Is this the coolest or what?


I had been whining about my trees and flowers that I lost this past weekend with the cold weather and lookee what my beau got me for Valentine's Day! Is this cool or what?
indoor tulips! It's my sunshine on a cloudy day!
No dirt
just bulbs in water. Now, I wonder how long I can keep them after they fully bloom.

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  • Lula
    on Feb 9, 2013

    so Pretty! Yes, bulbs will rot if submerged in water, just let the roots reach them. You can put craft store stones or marbles at the bottom. will also look very pretty!

  • Valarie Johnson
    on Feb 11, 2013

    They are very pretty. However whey they are finished blooming, I put them in a pot with dirt and place them in the basement for the summer. Next spring they will peek through the dirt on their own. I have a squirrel overload in my yard so bulbs don't last in the ground.

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