Main forum: Which tulips multiply?

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plantsANDpets
May 2, 2011 11:17 AM CST
Name: New username - crittergarden
Unexpectedly Green Pittsburgh
username changed to crittergarden
I've had tulips multiply like weeds and I've had tulips stand alone for years.
I didn't know their NAMES, so I don't know now which to buy for multipliers.
Decisions, decisions.
I tried a couple of usernames and have finally settled on:

crittergarden.

That's it, no more changes. I'm done. I will be crittergarden here, on Cubits, and when I renew my Dave's Garden subscription on Noveber 4, I'll be crittergarden over there, too. DONE!
CLUSIANA
May 2, 2011 11:45 AM CST
I am going to create a thread General discussion and please post your question in it and will answer.
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plantsANDpets
May 16, 2011 9:40 AM CST
Name: New username - crittergarden
Unexpectedly Green Pittsburgh
username changed to crittergarden
After much discussion with Clusiana, I believe the answer is that there are many individual tulips which are likely to multiply quickly, and one group - the Tulipa Clusiana hybrids.

Examples of individual tulips I believe will naturalize well are:
Little Princess
Little Beauty
Temple of beauty
Cassini
Tulipa turkestanica
Decisions, decisions.
I tried a couple of usernames and have finally settled on:

crittergarden.

That's it, no more changes. I'm done. I will be crittergarden here, on Cubits, and when I renew my Dave's Garden subscription on Noveber 4, I'll be crittergarden over there, too. DONE!
CLUSIANA
May 16, 2011 9:42 AM CST
All of these are beautiful and easy going tulips PlantANDpets. A very good choice.

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