For hundreds of years gardeners have been smitten with the simple beauty of tulips. In beds, pots, urns and even window boxes this true symbol of spring are dependably charming. They have large, charmingly formed, well-shaped flowers in dazzling selection of colours. The plants do best in cool climates but are very adaptable. Could it really be spring without tulips?
Deepest purple petals that appear almost black in the garden.
Flowers open mid to late season.
Flowers earlier than Queen of the Night and with just as much theatre.
Dramatic, deep colouring provides excellent contrast in the garden.
Planting Season: Autumn.
Planting Position: Full Sun to Part Shade.
Soil Type: Well-drained rich humus soil.
Plant Feeding: Feed when planting and before & after flowering with Bulb Food.