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Tulip Double Early Monsella One Of The Most popular tulips ever,
Tulip Monsella
This flashy early-bloomer is one of the most popular tulips ever, because it always puts on a great show of color. The canary yellow petals are striped and splashed with red. On warm days the blossoms open wide like waterlilies.
Beautiful Color Contrast
Fragrant
Blooms Early
Big Blooms
Great Curb Appea
Excellent Cut Flowers.
Double Early Tulips are also known as Peony Tulips, for their showy blooms can be just as impressive. Full-petaled, canary yellow flowers with bright red flames certainly make 'Monsella' eye-catching, and it's lightly fragrant, too. The blossoms respond to brightness of the sun, opening their petals 4–5in wide when it shines and keeping them huddled when it doesn't. Good for forcing. Early.
Originating in the foothills of Central Europe, tulips were brought to Western Europe in the 16th century and soon became synonymous with the Dutch culture and one of the world's most popular flowers. Tulips look best when grouped into larger sized garden plantings or pots and containers – although they also present a spectacular display when blooming in our enormous Skagit Valley fields!
Tulips are one of the easiest bulbs to grow. Just plant this fall in well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade for great color this spring.
Tulip bulbs should be planted during the fall months so that they can flower in the spring. Bloom dates will mostly depend upon the local climate, but exposure to sun and water will also influence timing. These flowers do not require extensive sunlight and will bloom when planted in fully shaded areas. Tulips will typically produce a single flower per bulb, but some varieties will have multiple blooms. Great as a garden flower or cut and placed in a vase, tulips are known to be a declaration of love!
How to Plant Early Blooming Tulips?
To plant Early Blooming Tulips the bulbs should be planted with the nose of the bulb upward (or the roots facing downwards) and the Abba Double Tulip should be planted roughly 6-8" deep and 4-5" apart from one another.
Note: For some bulbs you may not be able to tell which way is up or down, in these cases just plant them on their side and they will adjust on their own.
When to Plant Monsella Double Tulip?
Early Blooming Tulips are normally planted fall, and most Abba Double Tulip will begin to flower sometime in Mid Spring.

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