Tetes but no Tetes

April 19, 2008
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Categories: Planting, Pots

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In a message dated 4/19/2008 11:03:34 AM Eastern Standard Time,  title= writes:

Tom Taylor remarked recently that his Tete a Tete usually came back as
Tetes, but had no ” a Tetes”
This is also my experience.  🙁

Same here, Chriss. We always plant out the bulbs from the forced pots we buy each year at the grocery store. Probably had a couple hundred blooms this year and only one of them had two florets.
Would things be different with bulbs purchased new and planted so that they had never gone through the forcing process? 
Or does this cultivar simply need to be planted in the one spot that it prefers over all others?
Bill Lee


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