How Do Tulips Reproduce?

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Tulips can reproduce from seeds or from bulbs. The seeds are scattered, and then germinate, growing into a bulb. A tulip can germinate without a pollinator.
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The tulip bulb can be harvested, stored and used again for the next season. They are bred much like any other flower, with budding and offspring. You can find more info at: gardenhobbies.com
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