£4.00 – £16.50
Tulip Show winner. Fully hardy, perennial. Low growing. Thrives in full sun, ok in partial shade, with well-drained soil. These spring time favourites perform many duties in the garden, but their greatest contribution is to bring bright colour to winter weary eyes. From the earliest species to the last, tulips offer the gardener every shade imaginable.
Large Bulbs supplied, size 11/12
10 bulbs, 30 bulbs, 50 bulbs
Plant: Late October to November. 15 cm deep. Flowers Late March – April. Height 20 cm
Hardy. Perennial. Requires a sunny position that is sheltered from the wind, well-drained soil is needed so the bulbs do not sit in water after heavy rain. Ideal for planting in front borders, large pots and containers. Feed with a slow release fertilizer when growing. Once flowers start to fade, dead-head (remove the flower) this will allow the foliage to feed the bulb, if the flowers are left on, the energy will be spent on producing seed and the bulb will reduce in size.
Propagate: By lifting bulbs early summer, once the foliage has completely died back, remove bulblets, and store in a cool dark place until planting time.