Spring Tulips — Yard and Pond

Look what I just found….aren’t these magnificent!!

Tulips are one of the first big blasts of colors in the early spring. There are so many varieties and such vivid colors. They really stand out in the landscape. Tulips are an easy bulb to grow in containers or flower beds, and they will return every year to brighten up the first days of […]

via Spring Tulips — Yard and Pond


28 thoughts on “Spring Tulips — Yard and Pond”

  1. Thanks for sharing this. They are certainly beautiful. I wish I could grow tulips but as soon as they blossom the deer come along and eat the heads off of them. I end up with just stems sticking out of the ground 😦


      1. Well, that’s a good thing!I don’t mean to be insensitive about the deer eating your flowers. It’s just it is rare that I ever see a deer, so I don’t know any better!☺️❤️️

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      2. We actually have a love hate relationship with them. They are beautiful to see (especially momma’s with babies) but they can be very destructive when it comes to vegetation. There are a few things they don’t eat but we have learned to put fences around most things.

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