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A pink and cream tulip on a textured yellow and floral backdrop with a fine art feel.
Despite the fact that these flowers can grow in various climates, the tulip unfortunately lives a very short life. They die within three to seven days. However, while they are living, they grow rapidly, even after they have been cut. It's not uncommon for cut tulip to grown an inch in a vase. In addition to growing after being cut, tulips are also known for moving around vases. This is because tulips will bend and "droop" in the direction of light.
Tulips are thirsty flowers and will drink a lot of water, so you will want to make sure to add new fresh water to the vase often. You can trim their stems with a knife to help them drink easier. There's no need to put any sort of flower food in the water. Tulips will be fine with plain water. Their stems can have up to a dozen leaves, but most have closer to six.
Tulips grow in a vast array of vibrant colors including yellow, red, pink, purple, orange and more.
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- Bill Tiepelman
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- Flowers - Floral, Tulip