Tulip Antoinette – 8 Bulbs
A Color Changing Wonder!
Tulip Antoinette keeps you guessing with it’s amazing ability to change color as the flower matures. Traditional Tulip shaped flowers emerge in spring a bright yellow with paler highlights. The pale highlights gradually turn bright pink and then finally the entire flower turns a gorgeous salmon-pink.
Plant bulbs in soil that has been amended with organic matter like Cotton Burr Compost. Plant bulbs 4-6″ deep and 4-6″ apart, about 3-4 a square foot. Plant in full sun to light shade. Part shade will keep the flowers looking better longer. Keep soil moist to encourage root formation.
Fertilizer: To get your bulbs off to a healthy start we recommend at planting applying an application of Espmoa Organic Bio Tone Starter Plus.
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