Tulip bulbs stored in the box with label on which painted tulip , cleaned and prepared bulbs for planting, work tools prepared for planting, agriculture and flower concept

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Tulip bulbs stored in the box  with label on which painted tulip , cleaned and prepared bulbs for planting, work tools prepared for planting,   agriculture and flower concept

By Bonnie L. Grant Zone 9 gardens experience warm temperatures most of the year but some freezing can occur. Bulbs can be susceptible to freezes, which can crack and damage them. Additionally, each type of flowering bulb has a different temperature requirement. Some are frost tender while others need a cold period to force blooming, like tulips (treated as annuals in warmer climates). There are many bulbs that grow in zone 9 that can stand a bit of cold and bloom in a hot summer. Many of the common zone 9 bulbs are old favorites in the region and reflect a time gone by when life was slow and simple. Growing Bulbs in Zone 9 Lilies, amaryllis, callas and gladiolus…these are but a few common zone 9 bulbs, but there are also some truly unique and crazy plants that will thrive in those regions. Try a voodoo lily or a

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