Thursday, September 5, 2013

5 Steps for Planting Tulips

Flowers are an important part of wedding ceremony. Every bride wants her wedding to become memorable and her choice of flowers or arrangements should reflect her personality and taste. Read the tips below to make your wedding day special.

1) Hire a good florist who can advice you on choosing flowers.

2) Read bridal magazines, books and even gardening books to get an idea about your choice.

3) Consider you budget while choosing for floral arrangement.

4) Color of flowers should match with bridal gown and theme of wedding.

5) Always choose seasonal flowers, if you choose non-seasonal flowers, then it will increase your budget.

6) Finalize the flower bouquet only after finalizing your bridal dress, because both of these should match perfectly.


1 comment :

  1. Tulips require cold climate to root. This means leaving the planting until the end of pre-winter in cooler regions and the start of winter in hotter ranges. In the event that you live in an exceptionally mild climate, you may need to chill the bulbs before planting–keep them refrigerated for 8-12 weeks before planting. Use a spray bottle rather than a hose.