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How to Grow Tulips in a Vase With Rocks & Water

by Elizabeth Arnold
Tulips are not like other flowers in that their stems continue to grow after they are cut. Do not be surprised if your fresh-cut tulips grow up to an inch in the vase. The vibrant flowers, which are available in colors such as red, yellow, purple, pink and orange, will also grow to conform to the sh...

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