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Do tulip bulbs multiply?
Among the most beloved flowering plants for home gardens, tulips (Tulipa spp.) bloom in spring. Although additional tulip bulbs can be purchased, it is much less expensive to leave the bulbs you already have in the ground and encourage them to multiply. The process is not difficult, but it is somewhat exacting.
How do tulips reproduce without pollination?
Fortunately, Tulips have a ‘back-up’ method of reproducing – something that works even if no other flowers are around for pollination. This method involves the primary bulb generating smaller ‘offshoot’ bulbs on the side. These offshoots require a lot of energy, to the point where a bulb will often not flower while growing them.
How long does it take for tulip bulbs to grow?
These offsets are actually small bulbs, or bulblets, that eventually form fully productive tulip plants. It takes about three years for an offset to produce a plant of full, flowering size.
How does a tulip get its energy?
Nutrients collected by the roots and energy from sunlight collected by the foliage fuel a bulb so it can produce leaf scales and flower buds inside. Some of the energy also is expended to produce new bulbs. Tulip plants grow for only a short period in spring and collect most of their nutrients and energy at that time.