May 20, 2010

Red Tulips Flowers Planted Around An Oak Tree

Last fall, we planted a bunch of red tulips bulbs in different areas of the yard both front and back yard. It was hardwork being the soil so compact and dry with not much water in the ground left. Digging the holes is not an easy job, but we convince ourselves that all our hardwork is going to be rewarded. Indeed, every single bulb that we planted survive. Since we planted them in groups they stand out more and more noticable. That noticable, some of the peopl in the area complimented on it.

The red tulips stands out really well near the green gass lawn, they pop out like a sore thumb. Having them in group all in the same color, also make each tulip flowers seem larger because its easy to notice them from afar being in the same little area together, it creates bigger visual impact compare to having each of them scattered way far apart in different parts of the yard.

Written and Photography by Jazevox of GardenersLand blog


Rick (Ratty) said...

I like the way they are planted in a ring around the tree. The tulips look so natural there, and they make the base of the tree look even more attractive.

Auntie E said...

Loving that color around the tree. I have always liked to see flowers around tree. great lens captures.
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Molly said...

Lot's of great pics and information.

Wholesale Flowers said...

r they tulips..?? correct me if i am wrong.

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