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  1. #1
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    Reblooming tulips

    I live in the south central part of the U.S. (southeast corner of Tennessee - Memphis area - Zone 7b) and am trying to find tulips that will rebloom year after year in the South. I have read that "species" tulips, such as Darwin hybrid tulips and botanical tulips, tend to rebloom each year. Does anyone have a list of the names of tulips that have consistently rebloomed in the southern portion of the U.S.?

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    Hi Sowellcarter,

    Just to clarify one point - Darwin hybrids aren't species tulips, but they will return and multiply like the species ones. I grow several of the species ones and they are lovely. People are always asking what they are and they multiply year after year! Here's your list that includes other types of bulbs as well.

    http://www.bulb.com/spring/perennialize.asp
    http://www.theplantexpert.com/spring...Perennial.html

    Have fun and don't spend the all the grocery money at one place!
    Newt

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    Actually, I find the opposite to be true. When I see something that I can't tell if a weed or valuable plant and I pull on it and it comes out real easy then I know it's a weed without a root system.

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