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  • Sandra Kelly

    Indoor Tulips . . . Step 1 - Fill a glass container about 1/3 of the way with glass marbles or decorative rocks. Clear glass will enable you to watch the roots develop . . . Step 2 - Set the tulip bulb on top of the marbles or stones - Click image to find more Gardening Pinterest pins

  • Jessica Diaz

    Indoor Tulips . . . Step 1 - Fill a glass container about 1/3 of the way with glass marbles or decorative rocks. Clear glass will enable you to watch the roots develop . . . Step 2 - Set the tulip bulb on top of the marbles or stones. These would be so pretty in a kitchen window!

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Indoor Tulips . . . Step 1 - Fill a glass container about 1/3 of the way with glass marbles or decorative rocks. Clear glass will enable you to watch the roots develop . . . Step 2 - Set the tulip bulb on top of the marbles or stones; pointed end UP. Add a few more marbles or rocks so that the tulip bulb is surrounded but not covered (think support). . .Step 3 - Pour fresh water into the container. The water shouldn't touch the bulb, but it should be very close, so that the roots will grow in.

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Indoor Tulips . . . Step 1 - Fill a glass container about 1/3 of the way with glass marbles or decorative rocks. Clear glass will enable you to watch the roots develop . . . Step 2 - Set the tulip bulb on top of the marbles or stones

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Indoor Tulips . . . Step 1 - Fill a glass container about 1/3 of the way with glass marbles or decorative rocks. Clear glass will enable you to watch the roots develop . . . Step 2 - Set the tulip bulb on top of the marbles or stones; pointed end UP. Add a few more marbles or rocks so that the tulip bulb is surrounded but not covered (think support). . .Step 3 - Pour fresh water into the container. The water shouldn't touch the bulb, but it should be very close, so that the roots will grow in. |

I have hundreds of bulbs to plant. Time to start them.

Forcing tulips in water is a fun, easy, and a unique way to present tulips that most people have not seen before. I think showing the natural beauty of the bulb is a pure, modern, and minimalist approach to floral design. Give it a try.

  • Irene Galdangelo

    Per maria :) Non è gelatina, sono delle perle normalissime di vetro che si chiamano cabochon (si usano anche per fare i gioielli) e fra di esse ci deve essere dell'acqua che crea un po' di condensa, nell'ultima foto deve averle tolte... Almeno credo funzioni così ^^ proverò anche io

  • Maree Naylor

    How truly beautiful, what can I say its my heritage

  • haeoc bae

    It's real pretty~

  • Brenda Taylor

    looks beautiful

Got to try this!

  • Jewett Cameron

    I wish I had a picture, I successfully did this last spring! and I Plan on doing it again this year! I love it. -Kara

  • yolie v

    LEARN EVERYDAY

  • zenplicity

    I guess lilies and other flowers/plants that grow from bulbs would also work this way. Should be well worth a bit of experimenting - far, far nicer than having cut (aka dead) flowers!

  • Vijay lal

    Will surely try

indoor Tulips . . . Step 1 - Fill a glass container about 1/3 of the way with glass marbles or decorative rocks. Clear glass will enable you to watch the roots develop . . . Step 2 - Set the tulip bulb on top of the marbles or stones