Tulip Red Riding Hood – 8 Bulbs
The red shapely flowers of Red Riding Hood Tulip are a much-loved addition to rock gardens, front of borders or spring containers. When fully open carmine petals reveal black centers which contrast strikingly against the bright outside. To add more interest, green leaves are striped with burgundy highlights.
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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