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Tulip 'Blushing Lady'

Tulipa 'Blushing Lady' bulb

From Fakenham Garden Centre

Pollinator Friendly
Good for Cutting
Hardy

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Pollinator Friendly
Good for Cutting
Hardy

Why We Love It

Tall yellow flowers blushed with an apricot pink.

Tulips will grow in a wide range of soils provided there is good drainage.

They like sunshine but the flowers will last longer in partial shade.

Ideal for beds and borders.

Remove flower heads as they begin to fade.

Avoid planting tulips repeatedly in exactly the same spot that they have been grown in recent years.

Display in groups, these are great for underplanting roses or growing through Muscari.

Planting Calendar

Plant in September, October, November.

Flowers in May.

Planting and Care

These bulbs should ideally be planted at a depth of 10cm/4 inches and a distance of 10cm/4 inches.

Product Specifications

FeaturesCan be harmful to pets, Hardy, Cut flowers, Pollinator friendly
Eventual Height75 cm
LocationBorder or bed, Terrace or balcony
Planting timeAutumn
LifecyclePerennial
Effort LevelLooks after itself
Botanic NameTulipa 'Blushing Lady'
Flower ColourYellow
Units per Pack7
Indoor / OutdoorOutdoor
Brand NameTaylors Bulbs
Width11 cm
Weight0.2 kg
Code: SPRTL163051

Delivery

Delivered within 2-5 working days

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