What zones do tulips grow in?

What zones do tulips grow in?

Sun and Shade: Tulips are remarkably versatile and will grow in sun or part shade. Hardiness Zone: Tulips are winter hardy in growing zones 3-8. If you live in a warmer growing zone, read How to Grow Spring Bulbs in Warm Climates.

Where do tulips grow in the US?

The biggest tulip fields in North America are in upstate Washington. The Skagit Valley is just an hour north of downtown Seattle. This area holds around 350 acres of tulips, which makes it the largest on the continent.

How many years do tulip bulbs last?

Most bulbs, if stored correctly, can be kept for about 12 months before needing to be planted.

What temperature is too cold for tulips?

29 degrees

Can I plant on top of tulip bulbs?

Can I plant other flowers on top of bulbs? Maybe. Larger flowers like tulip, daffodil and hyacinth usually come from bigger bulbs that live about eight inches down in the soil. ... Perennials can be grown among bulbs, but you'll want to place those plants between bulb clumps and not directly on top.

What is the best month to plant tulips?


Is now a good time to plant tulips?

When planted in October, spring-flowering bulbs have sufficient time to develop a good root system before the ground freezes in winter. If the ground isn't frozen, tulips and other spring-flowering bulbs can be planted as late as late November/early December.