A burnt orange peony style tulip flowering early to mid season. I have a bad habit of pronouncing every tulip to be my favourite but I think this really is! Rosy outer pink petals with burnished orange centre, as the bloom matures the tones intensify then fade to a caramel. What's not to love?
All Tulips need a sunny spot, preferably an area of the garden that gets full sun, i.e. 6 hours plus. Tulips will do well in their first year if they get less than this but rely on a good level of sunlight as flowering finishes and the leaves absorb light to create energy for the bulb for the following year.
All bulbs require good drainage and we strongly recommend adding grit, gravel or sand to planting holes to aid drainage. Bulbs will rot if they are waterlogged. If you garden on very heavy clay soil, use tulips in pots as they will not perform well in clay soil.
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