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Tulipa Tulipa Flaming Parrot - flower bulbs - set of 10
Tulipa Flaming Parrot - flower bulbs - set of 10
€19,95 €11,00

Tulipa Flaming Parrot - flower bulbs - set of 10

Type: Tulipa
€19,95 €11,00
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Flower bulbs are a cheerful start to spring. Plant them before frost (in the ground or flowerpot) and enjoy the flowers when the weather warms up again.

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The Tulipa Flaming Parrot is a striking and colorful parakeet tulip known for its unique flower shape and vibrant colors. The colors range from yellow and orange to red, with stripes and flames of contrasting hues that make each flower a true work of art. The Tulipa Flaming Parrot can reach a height of about 60 centimeters and blooms in spring.
Planting Instructions
The Tulipa Flaming Parrot likes a sunny location with well-drained soil. Dig a hole of about 10 cm. Place the tulip bulb with the pointed side up and cover with soil. Make sure the bulbs are planted about 5-10 cm apart so they have enough room to grow.
After planting, water the tulip bulbs to keep the soil moist. Tulips need a cold period to bloom, so it is important to plant them between September and December, before frost sets in. After planting, it is important to water the tulips regularly, especially during dry periods. Make sure the soil does not get too wet, as this can cause the bulbs to rot.
Plant height
The bulbs have a circumference of about 11/12cm when delivered.
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