Pink tulip collection - 90+45 Free bulbs

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    Buy one collection of 45 pink tulips for £22.99 or alternatively, buy 2 collections for £45.98 and get another collection FREE (45 bulbs) - that's 135 bulbs for only £45.98

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    In this collection you will receive the following bulbs.

    Tulipa 'Don Quichotte'
    Great for mass bedding displays, this stately Triumph tulip has vibrant, cherry pink flowers that appear in mid season and mix well with other shades of pink, lavenders, blues and whites. It has sturdy stems, compact foliage and a classic flower shape, which holds up well to adverse weather conditions. Grows to 45cm tall. Supplied as 10 bulbs.

    Tulipa 'Doll's Minuet'
    A beautifully viridiflora tulip that has a delightful lily-flowered shape. The deep pinky-red petals are lightly flushed with green and have pointy tips that flare outwards at the top of the flower. It is highly prized for its unusual colouring and slender petalled, spidery blooms that have a really interesting silhouette. Grows to 55cm tall. Supplied as 10 bulbs.

    Tulipa 'Barcelona'
    A very conventionally shaped flower for a tulip, but it has outstandingly vibrant colour that makes it a real show-off. The stems are sturdy making them ideal for windy or exposed spots, and the flowers are quite long lasting. If you want a really dramtic show, mix them with strong purples or reds, or tone them down with softer pinks. Grows to 45cm tall. Supplied as 10 bulbs.

    Tulipa 'Pink Impression'
    An easy to mix pink, that will add height and colour to the spring bedding display. The flowers are well-shaped and are also very good for cutting and adding to a vase. They have an unusual hint of bronze in the petals, which becomes less noticeable as the flowers age. Sublime. Grows to 55cm tall. Supplied as 10 bulbs.

    Tulipa 'Florosa'
    Each slender, pointed petal has a slightly ruffled edge and is generously splashed with green, creating a sumptuous blend with the soft pink and cream. As the flowers open, the pink intensifies and the petals become more reflexed - taking on a lily-like appearance. Ideal for cutting, they will mix easily in the border with most shades of pink. Grows to 30cm tall. Supplied as 5 bulbs.

  • Garden care: From August to November plant the bulbs 10-15cm deep and 10-15cm apart in a sunny spot with fertile, well-drained soil. While actively growing, keep them moderately well watered and remove the flowers after they have faded. At that stage a balanced liquid fertiliser can be applied each week for 4 weeks before they die down.

    Buy one collection of 45 pink tulips for £22.99 or alternatively, buy 2 collections for £45.98 and get another collection FREE (45 bulbs) - that's 135 bulbs for only £45.98

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