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Re: Mary's tulips


10 inches! Oh, my aching back! But I'll give it a try next Fall. I'd love
to have some greggii's in among my hostas, because of their late bloom and
variegated leaves.

Gerry

At 10:20 AM 3/27/00 EST, you wrote:
>Gerry if you bury your tulips about 10 inches they do well even in the
South. 
> Also if you can have them shaded in the summer you are home free.  I have 
>had several different varieties for years.  My yellow Darwins are maybe 30 
>years old.  They have to be divided every few years but that is all.
>Mary
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