If you mean preserving after harvest, we offer a new type of bag which is
permeable to wapours.
It is used to dry medicinal and aromatical plants. First test with
decorative orthensia will start in june. I am not completely sure that
tulipes could be preserved because of their very fragile tepals/petals.
Nevertheless, the BIOSMOSE closed bag is the most mildest way to dry product
without energy and inhibiting microorganisms to grow.
If you are interested, we can sell to you for FRF 250,- one sample 510 mm
large tube and 2 m long. Price without transport (please, give requested
Mike Busch a écrit dans le message <3551123C.C2587D29 at capital.net>...
>I have tulips that my mom planted when she was alive. She pasted away
>24 years ago, and this is the first year in over twenty that the tulips
>have bloomed. Every year I waited for them to bloom and the leaves
>would pop up, then just die. I am looking a way of preserving them.
>They would mean so much to my two sisters and me. If any one has a sure
>fire way to preserve them, could you please help me. Thank you in