Tulip in Houston?

Ina klazina@orcon.net.nz
Wed, 18 Jul 2012 15:34:19 PDT
 From various advice I got when this came up about 6 months ago, I 
planted both T. saxatilis and T. cluisiana, bought as bulbs, but from 
the size of them, the cluisiana will take several years to get to 
flowering size, the saxatilis probably next year.  When they do, will be 
posting photos of them.

On 19/07/2012 9:28 a.m., Jim McKenney wrote:
> I'm pretty sure DFW and Houston don't have much in common climate wise. Houston is down on the coast and has rain throughout the year. I would not call it a Mediterranean climate. And hot wet soil and tulips are not a recipe for success.
> Sujit, if you try any of the ones so far suggested, please let us know about the results. First year bulbs of the sorts Alberto suggested should bloom the first year. But I'm curious about what will happen down the road.
> Jim McKenney
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Ina Crossley
Auckland New Zealand  Zone 10

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