Do you have tulips, hyacinths, or daffodils in full bloom for Easter? Follow these steps to enjoy them again next Easter.

It's sad when our Spring flowers look like this, but there is a way to see them bloom again next Easter.

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Cindy McMullen/TSM

Once they've stopped blooming, stop watering them and let the foliage die back and turn brown. You can either keep them in a dark place for planting in the fall or plant them outside now. Keep your fingers crossed for a springtime bloom next year.

Unfortunately "tulips" have an awful reputation of not blooming again because they've been raised in a greenhouse and treated with fertilizers and hormones to get them to bloom in time for Easter. We think you should give it a try. What do you have to lose?

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