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Tulips ‘Valentine Mix’

This ‘Valentine Mix’ offers eye-catching shades of white and red.  Some say that a tulip bouquet represents elegance and grace, and what could more elegant that this lovely mix of heartfelt colors!  This mix of tulips make great container plants or even delightful cut flowers. Plant tulips in mass for an unforgettable garden display. This is a tall growing, trouble-free variety for the garden. This mix is also just stunning in bouquets as well. They make outstanding cut flowers with a long vase life.

Triumph: Triumph tulips, developed through hybridization, consist of a large class of cultivars, offering a wide range of colors and heights. They come in every possible shade of color possible for tulips, including some wonderful pastels. They are particularly esteemed for their beautiful, traditional “tulip” flower shape. They are a showy group with strong stems and are excellent choices for beds or borders. Poor weather during their flowering period will have little effect on these tulips. Many Triumph tulips are suitable for forcing; they make outstanding cut flowers with a long vase life. All in this group are also quite content in the garden.

Plant Details +

Height 18-20"
Spacing 5"
Hardiness Zones 3-8
Exposure Full Sun-Partial Shade
Foliage Green
Flower Mix of Reds and White
Bloomtime Mid Spring

Planting/Care Instructions +

Planting Instructions: Planting Instructions: This product should be planted immediately after received in the fall. In extremely warm climates, plant when the ground cools. You may plant earlier or later as long as the ground is not too warm or frozen. 1. Dig a hole 3-4 inches deep or two times the height of the bulb. 2. Set the bulbs firmly in place, with the pointed ends facing upward. 3. Cover the bulbs with soil and water thoroughly. Grow in sun in informal groupings of 5 or more bulbs. Plant bulbs in fall 3-4 inches deep or two times the height of the bulb and 5" apart in well-drained soil with plenty of humus. Remove old flowers leaving as much stem and foliage as possible until they die down.