This tulip has maroon red flames on a white fringed flower. Strikingly beautiful!!
Tulips are an incredible source of inexpensive color for the garden.
Perfect for borders and naturalizing—gorgeous, perfumed bouquets are an additional benefit. Not to mention loads of visiting butterflies.
Grows 16-24″ tall
Blooms Mid Spring
Hardy in Zones 3-8
Select an area in the garden that receives full sun where the soil drains well. Loosen the soil to a depth of 12”-18” and amend with compost if necessary. Place the fleshy roots into the soil so that the “eyes” or growing points are no more than 1”-2” below the soil level. Plants should be spaced 24”-36” apart. Tamp down the soil and water well. As the plant begins to grow, place a hoop-type stake into the ground to support the plant and its heavy blooms. Water deeply during periods of drought