The tulip is a perennial, bulbous plant with attractive and showy flowers. The flowers are usually large, showy and brightly colored, generally red, pink, yellow, or white (usually in warm colors). They often have a different colored blotch at the base of the sepals and petals.
Depending on the species, tulip plants can be between 4 inches and 28 inches in height. The large flowers of tulip usually bloom on scapes with leaves in a rosette at ground level and a single flowering stalk arising from amongst the leaves.
Up to 2 feet
Easy to grow
Planting and care
Plant the bulbs in a place that receives proper sunlight
Water a plant when the soil feels dry to touch
You should fertilize a plant mostly in the spring season, flower bud stage
After the foliage turns yellow and dies back, you should prune the affected part
Do not store bulbs for too many days
Sow the bulbs immediately as they loose their viability
These bulbs are pre-treated and ready to sow
Sowing season of Tulip in the autumn and winter season
Dig a hole approx 10 cm deep to sow the bulb
Set the bulb in the hole, then covers with soil and press firmly
Planting space of bulbs 4 to 6 inches apart
Water thoroughly after planting
The potting mix suitable for bulb plantation are in the ratio
Garden soil + Compost + Perlite + Sand (2:2:1:1)
Soil + Cocopeat + vermicompost (2:1:2)
Soil rich in organic matter
15 to 27 degrees Celsius
Apply any organic fertilizer.
Tulip special feature
Tulip vibrant colors give a classy and a perfect color contrast to any garden.
Tulips provide a finishing touch that brings the spring garden to life