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Best Pale Tulip Collection | Sarah Raven

Best Pale Tulip Collection

As well as the dark, rich coloured tulips, I now love these pale pinks, whites and creams with a splash of soft coral-pink as a gatecrasher contrast to stop it being all too polite.
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20 bulbs

40 bulbs

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Details:

Position
Container Garden
Soil
Broad Tolerance
Flowers
April - May
Height
60cm (24in)
Group/Species
Double Late, Single Late, Viridiflora, Lily flowered
Moisture
Well-drained
Aspect
Full Sun
Spread
Plant 20cm (8in) deep, 8cm apart. Layer bulbs if room is tight.
Cultivation
Don’t plant tulips until mid-late October. Plant pointy end up 10-15cm deep, 8cm apart in borders (less in containers). You can use a mycorrhizal Bulb Starter. After flowering leave the foliage to die back naturally if you want to reuse the bulbs.

Description

As well as the dark, rich coloured tulips, I now love these pale pinks, whites and creams with a splash of soft coral-pink as a gatecrasher contrast to stop it being all too polite. These flower from early April to late May.

Our mixes are different from our collections – all the tulips are in one bag – ready to plant in one go or to spread over several containers. This is a great way to bring a great mix of colour to your garden.

This collection contains 5 or 10 bulbs each of:

This can be gift wrapped in our exclusive hessian sack, with ribbon and a Sarah Raven gift card. You will be able to add this to your basket once you begin the checkout process. To add a gift message to your order, simply fill out the details at the delivery stage of the checkout.

Please note: only items which are showing ‘in stock’ can be gift wrapped.

Our tulip bulbs are the best and biggest we can find, from tried and trusted growers. Don't forget that tulips like to be planted late in October and November with the colder weather, and need a little watering if planted in pots.

Care Tips

After flowering leave the foliage to die back naturally if you want to reuse the bulbs.