1: Deadheading tulips ensures energy goes to bulb for next year's blooms.

2: Remove faded flowers once petals drop, but leave stem intact.

3: Cut stem at base when all blooms in cluster have faded.

4: Deadhead in late spring or early summer to encourage strong bulbs.

6: Deadheading prevents tulips from going to seed, preserving energy.

7: Always use clean, sharp shears to avoid damaging plant.

8: Deadhead tulips when petals start to fade for best results.

9: Following these steps will lead to healthier, more vibrant blooms.