Tulips are unique in range of size, shape and bold color found in almost every color spectrum that only tulips provide. Tulips are good for a wide range of plantings, are excellent in the rock garden, in formal beds, as elegant cut flowers, and for containers. Flowers are upward facing, with linear to lance shaped green leaves on the stem. An incredible source of inexpensive color for the garden. Plant several different varieties of tulips throughout the garden to extend blooming time. Tulip blends remain among the best selling blends in North America. Consumers like them for their bold, curb appeal colors and simple selection. Our mixture is made up of varieties of the triumph class, and come in every possible shade of color, from jewel to pastels. These tulips are tall, traditionally shaped, and highly prized by gardeners everywhere. Plant in mass sweeps for maximum effect. To ensure optimal results, allow adequate space and sunlight, plant at the appropriate depth, and feed with a well balanced fertilizer. Remove the flowers as soon as they go, but allow the leaves to yellow before removing. Best planted in late fall. Some gardeners treat tulips as annuals. For an informal look, plant in groups in natural swathes or bouquets. In USDA zones 8-10, refrigerate the bulbs for no less then eight weeks. In the garden, plant them before frost, but not as early as in the northern part of the country. Planting them in a lightly shaded area will keep them cool and prolong blooming.
- Bulb size 12 cm/+
- Best selling tulip mixture
- Classically shaped tulips prized by gardeners
- Curb appeal color
- An incredible source of inexpensive color for the garden