Can I save a tulip bulb that is rotting and stinks?
I know nothing of plants I bought a tulip plant that was in a vase of water and it said to keep it in the water with just a bit of water below the bulb. I notice it rotting and stinks. I rinsed them as best as I could but now can I save them still? It's still kinda cold out and there's lots of snow so I doubt I can plant it out yet
- Anonymous1 month ago
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- RitaLv 62 months ago
Symptomatic plants need to be dug and examined. Diseased bulbs usually are discolored, soft, and may emit a foul odor. In some cases, there may be a black or bluish mold on the bulbs. Diseased bulbs should be discarded, along with some of the surrounding soil.Source(s): https://iqos-heets.ae/
- ?Lv 62 months ago
If you found a squirrel on the ground that was rotting and stank...would you even think to revive it?
Tulips...although they were once worth up to $10,000 for a single bulb ... are now selling for about 50 cents per bulb. Throw it out and buy a new tulip bulb if that is what you want.
- Anonymous2 months ago
All you can do is radical surgery and cut off all of the dying part. The dying part will expand unless you remove it. If the part were the tulip sprout is still good, it might sprout, but the probability is the bulb is dead. Just hope it wasn't the only surviving Semper Augustus.
- jeanLv 42 months ago
not sure if it will grow, sounds too rotten but u could always try.
- champerLv 72 months ago
If it's rotting and stinking it's dead. Nothing you can do about it.
- ?Lv 52 months ago
Not likely, once the basal plate is dead the entire bulb will die.