This video shows that it is possible to plant 100 tulip bulbs in less than 50 minutes, and it is easier and less expensive than you think. Start by digging up the soil to make a six to eight-inch deep bed. Set the bulbs into the soil with the pointed ends up, placing them randomly three to six inches apart. Start in the middle and work outward to the edges. Take about half of the removed soil and sprinkle it over the bulbs, being sure to cover the tops. Add some fertilizer and finish with the rest of the removed soil. Give the entire bed a good watering to help settle the soil. This entire operation can be done in less than 30 minutes.
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