Tulip Trees in the Winter?

Answer Tulip trees are considered one of the most attractive trees in North America and are the state tree of Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina and Tennessee. Tulip trees grow taller than almost any other... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Tulip Trees in the Winter

Do tulip bulbs need to be refrigerated during winter?

Tulips need a dormant period of 15 to 17 weeks with temperatures under 45 degrees Fahrenheit to produce blooms. They typically grow poorly in warmer climates, though potted bulbs can be forced into... Read More »

How do I plant tulip bulbs in winter?

Condition BulbsChill your tulip bulbs in a refrigerator for at least six weeks before planting in the winter to ensure that they have received enough coldness to condition them for spring growth. C... Read More »

How do I store tulip bulbs in winter?

Clean the BulbsBrush off any dirt from the bulbs before storing them.Prepare the Bulbs for StoragePlace two sheets of newspaper in the bottom of a cardboard box. Lay tulip bulbs in a single layer i... Read More »

How far apart should you plant tulip trees?

Tulip trees grow to be quite large--70- to 90-feet tall and 35- to 50-feet wide--so if you're planting more than one, space them at least 40 feet apart to accommodate their size at maturity.Source:... Read More »