More Tulips Emerging!
March is almost here and more tulips are emerging. This spring, report from your Tulip Test Garden twice: when tulips emerge and when they bloom.
More Tulips Emerging
Slowly but surely, more Tulip Test Gardens are emerging across the southern and western regions of the U.S.
Grace in Atlanta, GA: “The tulips started to emerge earlier but we noticed today! About a third of them have emerged!” (02/19/2021)
Kimberly in La Jolla, CA: “We are very excited to see that our tulips have emerged! Several stems are visible and they are green with some dark red coloring. We have had our typical southern California warm weather over these last couple of months. We hope to see our plants grow and bloom soon!” (02/19/2021)
Tamara in Chattanooga, TN: “[Emerged] in front garden bed. I planted 7 but a squirrel stole one. All 6 are emerged.” (02/20/2021)
Spring Officially Begins March 20
Gather your questions about tulips, gardens, planting experiments, daylight, and climate.
- Are my tulips growing?
- How does weather affect tulips?
- What is happening underground?
- Where on the map will the first tulips emerge?
- When will my tulips emerge?
- When will my tulips bloom?
Study the map to see where there’s action and compare past and current data. What trends do you notice? And don’t forget to report from your Tulip Test Garden twice: when tulips EMERGE and when tulips BLOOM.