September 4, 1998
While tulips are favorites of mid-west gardeners, we often fail to appreciate the diversity of these spring-flowering bulbs. Tulips vary tremendously in flower and plant size, bloom period, shape, and color. By planting early, mid-season, and late blooming varieties, tulips may be enjoyed for several weeks in the spring.
The following tulip classifications are based on time of bloom and form.
Upcoming meetings of possible interest to HHPN readers are listed below. These courses are offered to Commercial Pesticide Applicators to fulfill their Continuing Instructional requirements for 1998.