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 Are There Blue Tulips?

Answer Tulips are unusual-looking flowers because of their tall slender stems and turban-shaped flowers. Originally from Persia and Turkey -- not Holland -- tulips are one of the symbols of spring. ... Read More »
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The Meaning of Blue Tulips?

Blue tulips are not a natural phenomenon. To create blue tulips, white tulips may be dyed to achieve the right color. Hybrid tulip species in shades of violet and lilac may also be created to make ... Read More »
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Do tulips multiply and how long will it take for the tulips to multiply?

Last i checked, tulips were not good at any kind of math.
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In blue deaper syndrome a baby's urine turns blue in its diapers following the administration of oral tryptophan what causes the blue pigment indigo to appear?

I did not find any but there are imposters such as a fruit flavoured Bologna shaped gum and an Italian Meatball shaped Gum. The Inuit of the North chew on whale and seal blubber which is fat, and a... Read More »
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How to Dye Tulips?

Imagine having a rainbow-colored assortment of fresh tulips to display in your home. Instead of planting or buying several different colored bulbs in your garden, you can dye them yourself using fl... Read More »
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