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New Windsor, NY

March 11, 2013
11:31 AM

Post #9445933

What can I do about tulips planted in pots that have sprouted long, lanky yellow leaves in March?
Pot is in unheated garage.
We're in zone 6, New york state.
Tulips are 'White bunch' & Negrita.
Flowers are not expected until late April.

I had this happen a long time, 8 years. I knew it was due too warm temps in basement, but can't recall what I did about it.

Appreciate any information about this condition.


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