golesen01 added on May 14, 2018 | Answered

I planted my tulip bulbs last October (Minnesota) and they have grown to about 12-14" so far this spring. However, there is not sign of a stem, just leaves. What causes this and will the stems still be growing. My neighbors all have blooming tulips at this point.

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Answered on May 14, 2018

Sometimes bulbs are sold, often more cheaply, when they are still too small to bloom. Disappointing! The leaves are building up the bulb and it will probably bloom next year.

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