Tulips are quite possibly the brightest, most colourful flowers in the spring garden, and miniature varieties have the advantage of being less susceptible to high winds than their taller relatives, which can be blown over in bad weather.
This mixture of bright colours, some with contrasting splashes, will look spectacular planted in groups, especially in pots on a patio or as a welcome next to the front door, or in borders in front of taller spring flowers. They are also great cut flowers, just the thing for brightening up your home.
Tulips are easy to grow and care for and can be left in the ground after flowering as long as itís well drained, so youíll get a vibrant display year after year. If growing in pots, summer bedding can be planted above the bulbs when the tulips have faded.
Supplied as 25 bulbs, size 9/10, ready to plant in autumn, growing to a height of 30 cm (1 ft) and width of 10 cm (4 in).
Supplied as 25 bulbs, size 9/10.
Harmful if eaten/may cause skin allergy.
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