tulips in warm climates

Ina Crossley klazina1@gmail.com
Mon, 05 Mar 2012 11:30:00 PST
Now that is helpful to know Peter.  My soil is on the acid side, so I 
will remember that when I plant the T. axatilis.   And any other tulips.

Incidentally, it is easy to grow Narcissus in my garden, in both shady 
positions and sunny.  So they can not mind a soil which tends to be 
somewhat acidic.


On 6/03/2012 8:13 a.m., Peter Taggart wrote:
> I am happy to be corrected but I believe that most tulips will not persist
> in acid soil and that the addition of a little lime may make a difference.
> What is your soil like Mary?
> Peter (UK)

Ina Crossley
Auckland New Zealand zone 10a

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