Design Impression -TULIP Bulb
A strong Soft pink,unusual variegate leaves
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If you’re eager to create a carpet of soft pink blooms to herald the onset of spring, this is the hybrid to choose. Gentle on the eye but nonetheless stunning, this attractive hybrid demonstrates the diversity to be found in the world of tulips. From bright, intense colours to romantic, soft shades there’s a tulip for everyone. White edged Foliage!
Darwin Hybrid Tulips are a cross breed between Tulipa Fosteriana and Darwin Tulip, resulting in a giant plant with huge bright flowers and sturdy stems. Very popular tulip for landscaping. Magnificent for cut flowers. Huge flowers for borders or beds. Darwin Hybrid Tulips have exceptional perennial qualities! Darwin Hybrid Tulips have an height of 18-26 Inches. Bulb Size: 12/+ cm
1. In the Fall, choose a spot that is mostly sunny or has only light shade. Also make sure that the location has fairly good drainage and does not tend to get waterlogged.
2. Planting tulip bulbs is fairly simple. Bulbs look much like a small onion, sometimes with a spike or point on one side and sometimes with wiry roots growing out of one. Plant with the spike pointing up.
3. Follow the rule of thumb when planting bulbs and give the bulbs at least 2 times their height of soil above them. Dig a 6-7 inch hole, drop the bulb into it and cover with soil.
4. Regarding the spacing between bulbs, if planting in beds, leave approx 5-6 inches between each bulb. If you are planting in containers, you can cluster them a little closer together.
5. After planting, water well so that the soil above the bulbs settles.
6. Tulip bulbs will flower in the spring. After the flowers die back in late spring or early summer, let the plant enjoy a drier, warmer rest period. After leaves die back, stop watering so that the bulb can rest.
7. In cooler zones, you can leave the tulip bulbs in the ground over winter so that they can receive their required period of winter cooling in order to flower the following Spring.