Tulip Mix Red/Yellow/Pink/Purple Bulbs x 100 Labelled bulbs Flowering Guarantee

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller leegillard (35,956) 99.6%, Location: Lincolnshire, Ships to: GB, Item: 323885123821 Description This listing is for 100 x Tulip mix red, yellow, pink, purple flowering bulbs. Ideal for borders or patio containers. Flowering April into May, they also make great cut flowers. Companion planting Wallflowers and forget-me-nots (myosotis) are the plants usually associated with growing alongside tulips. Try also violas which will start flowering long before the tulips and provide a colourful backdrop. Lifted, stored in a cool dry place and re-planted the following year, tulips will bloom more consistently than if left in the ground. More space will also be created for further planting. Planting Guide/Care Unpack your bulbs as soon as possible after they arrive. If you are unable to plant immediately, store in a cool, dark place until ready to plant. Planting in a border Incorporate compost or other organic matter to the planting hole. Blood and bone meal, chicken pellets or 'Growmore' can also be well forked in to add nutrients to the soil. As a general rule, plant bulbs 2 to 3 times their own depth and around 2 bulbs their own width (see bulb planting guide). This is so the bulbs do not fail to flower (grow blind). Make sure the soil is well drained but is also not allowed to dry out or become water logged which can cause rotting. Plant bulbs with top facing upwards. If unsure, plant bulbs on their side. Replace the soil after planting, breaking down any large clumps, and firm in gently, making sure there are no air spaces around the bulb. Water bulbs after flowering. This will help them to develop roots. Plant bulbs for spring flowering in the autumn. Tulip bulbs should be planted a little later than other bulbs - in mid to late autumn. Deadhead flowers (and stems) to prevent seed production which will weaken the bulb. Do not remove leaves after flowering. Wait until leaves turn yellow. This is because the leaves help to feed the bulbs ready for next year's flowering. Planting in pots Fill pot with general purpose compost mixed with a handful of horticultural grit. Bulbs grown in pots need good drainage, so to help with this it is also a good idea to put some crocks, stones or polystyrene pieces at the bottom of the pot. Plant bulbs at three times the depth of the bulb. Bulbs on the lawn to naturalise Drop the bulbs on to the lawn from waist height. Plant where they land with a strong trowel or a bulb planter. To save time, try planting a large number of bulbs by lifting a piece of turf and planting a group of bulbs in the soil. Remember to water them in. Further Ideas for growing bulbs Bulbs can help to fill in gaps and provide colour and interest before other plants and shrubs begin to flower. Try planting en masse for a vivid display or alternatively try mixing different varieties. Don't be frugal on the quantities of bulbs you plant in the open ground. Even in small gardens, massed planting of a limited number of varieties can be stunning. Hedge huggers - Dry conditions at the base of a hedge, make ideal growing conditions for many bulbs - and tulips in particular. On the shady side of a hedge, anemone blanda should thrive. These are top quality bulbs sourced from professional growers in Holland, and come with a first year flowering guarantee .Our bulbs are stored in climate controlled purpose built storage ensuring fresh viable bulbs throughout the season Plant this Autumn for Spring flowering. We have been notified that there is a bulb shortage this year, so get them while they last! *We have created a listing for professional potting compost eBay item number: 323184903380* Delivery We offer free delivery on all purchases, no minimum spend! All plants are dispatched on the day of purchase, excluding bank holidays and weekends. This means they can arrive the next day, although we can't guarantee this. Therefore it is important to ensure that someone is available to accept the delivery, as some items will require a signature, or some may not fit through your letterbox. If you unable to accept your delivery, leave a note out saying you are happy for your items to be left in a safe place or delivered to a neighbour. In the unlikely event that your plants have not arrived, the first thing you should do is check at your local post office or speak to your local postal worker as cards are sometimes not left. Normal 0 false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE Condition: Supplied as bulbs. Plant now for Spring flowers., Country/Region of Manufacture: Netherlands, Plant Characteristic: Flowering (Flower Bulb), Aspect: East-facing, Plant Form: Bulb, Soil pH: slightly alkaline to slightly acid, Hardiness Rating (RHS): H5 (-15 to -10 °C), Soil Type: Chalk, Climate: Cold, Sunlight: Full Sun, Genus: Tulipa, Foliage: Deciduous, Common Name: Tulip, Brand: Growtanical, Watering: Light, Season of Interest: Spring

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