Tulips are the harbingers of spring in many areas of the country -- and in the supermarket floral department as well. When the weather turns warmer, tulips pop up in arrangements and bouquets in supermarkets everywhere -- and the popularity of tulips is growing as supplies increase and costs come down. "There always seems to be a hunger for spring to get here," said Sue Zoladkiewicz, floral manager and merchandiser for Roundy's, Pewaukee, Wis. "Spring is the big season for tulips, but it ...

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