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Hello,

Do you have any suggestions for perennials to plant in beds with tulips to cover up the dying foliage? I love the look of my tulips in the spring, but in the summer not so much. I know the bulbs like it dry so I don’t want to plant annuals in with them. I also don’t want to dig up the tulip bulbs every year, I bought varieties that come back well to avoid that.

Thanks!

Peter Bowden Answered question April 28, 2021

have plants annuals in the same area as my bulbs for years without any problems.  I never dig out perennial bulbs.  A couple of good perennials I use to mask bulb foliage are daylilies, and hosta.

Peter Bowden Answered question April 28, 2021

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