How do I stop rabbits from eating my tulips?
The following articles should be of some help to you:
If I have tulip bulbs that did not get planted, what is the best way to store them?
The following article should be of some help to you: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/bulbs/bgen/how-to-store-bulbs-that-have-sprouted.htm
I don't know what to do with potted tulips that are done blooming. I want to plant the bulbs outdoors.
Tulips do not always respond well to forcing and then planting outside, but it is worth trying. This article will help you:
I received some Dutch tulips for Valentine's Day and they did great, but now they are dying off. I'm not sure what to do. They are in a container right now. Someone told me not to cut them, just let them die, dry the bulbs out, and then plant them outside at the end of the year. What should I do? How do you dry them out?
I was given tulips for Valentine's Day. The flowers had dried out, but the bulb is moist and looks to be in pretty good shape. I am not sure what to do with the bulb. I want to keep it so that I may replant it, but I'm not sure how to do so. What should I do?
This article will help you with planting outside:
Lovely tulips, but all the leaves and flowers have died back. Can I plant the bulbs in my tulip garden (when it thaws)? Should I water the bulbs until then? In the garden, will they make more flowers this year?
You can, but tulips do not plant well out into the garden. It is worth a try though. Here is more information on doing that:
Can I move tulips in March? They are just coming out of the ground. I want to place them in planters in front of the house. They are very crowded.
They are best moved in the fall. But, if you need to move them now, you can. Just realize that they may not bloom this year if you move them in the spring.