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Where do flower bulbs come from?
Last Updated: 12th March, 2020
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Correspondingly, do flower bulbs spread?
Once the plants finish blooming in springtime, theynaturally begin to grow seeds in flowers that werefertilized. If the spent flowers are removed, however, theplants direct their energy toward their bulbs, which isnecessary if you want the bulbs to multiply.
Also Know, how do you get tulip bulbs? Tulips need well-drained soil in a spot wherethey will get plenty of sunlight to grow. Adding sand to the soilprovides for better drainage. Once tulip bulbs begin tomultiply, you can pull off the smaller young bulbs from nearthe root of mature flower bulbs and replant them to get moretulips.
Accordingly, where do flower seeds come from?
Most plants grow from seeds. These seedplants fall into two groups, angiosperms and gymnosperms.Angiosperms are the flowering plants. Their seedsdevelop inside a female reproductive part of the flower,called the ovary, which usually ripens into a protectiveFRUIT.
Do bulbs start from seeds?
Reproducing a favorite specimen from seed is notpossible with all species and may require some special treatment toforce the seed to germinate. First, you should figureout where to get flowering bulb seeds. Some are available inseed catalogs but the bulk will be found in trading forumsand collector's sites.