There are few annual traditions more beloved in Albany than the annual blossoming of hundreds of thousands of tulips in Washington Park each May. Tulip blooms are dazzlingly vibrant but short-lived, lasting mere weeks. But they are perennial plants, and there is gardening work to be done once they wilt and fade that will ensure they return next year.
On this episode of "The Eagle," Albany City Gardener Jena Commerford shares tips for tending tulips.
Also on this episode, education reporter Kathleen Moore discusses the results of local school board elections that saw a record voter turnout this week.