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Tulip Peppermintstick Collection

Tulipa were originally a hobby for the extremely rich, they became the ultimate symbol of prosperity and wealth. In the 17th century ‘Tulipomania’ took hold of Holland and a single bulb would sometimes be sold for the price one would pay for a house! Centuries later the tulip is still well loved and there are so many different forms. Although all are perfect for borders and containers and make excellent cut flowers. Prefers well drained soil in sun or part shade. Fully hardy bulbous perennials.

Lasagne Planting, is the secret to successful, long-flowering spring bulb containers, and requires bulbs that flower at different times and look really good together.
Absolutely nothing to do with pasta, the name comes from the layering of the bulbs.
Plant the bottom layer using the species with the largest bulbs, packed quite closely but not touching. Cover with 5cm of compost then build your middle layer using the next largest bulb. Complete the project by adding the final layer, top with compost and water. 

This collection comprises of;
Peppermintstick; Ht 15cm (Early)
Curly Sue + Hotpants; Ht 50cm (Mid)
Angelique + Blue Diamond; Ht 45cm (Late)

Flower Colour
Cream, Purple, White

Flowers For Cutting/Drying, Foliage/Stem/Fruit Interest, Ideal for Beginners, Scented, Suitable for Container

Hardy bulb

September onwards

Flowering Time
Spring, Summer

Sun or Partial Shade

15cm (6"), 45cm (18"), 50cm (20")



Well drained


Sun or part shade


Excellent for cutting



Additional Information

Plant in well drained soil, so if you have clay, add a bed of grit. Plant pointed end up around 8" deep and 4" apart. This makes the tulip tougher with strong stalks. Leave foliage on after flowering until it becomes brown, it can then be cleared. If you are 'lasagne planting', largest bulbs at the bottom, if they all the same size they can be planted in any order.Hardy bulbous perennial,

Delivery Date: 25 Oct 2018 (+/- 14days)
Plant Hardiness

How hardy are our plants?

All our plants have a guideline temperature for how well they will tolerate winter cold.

Fully hardy perennials will withstand temperatures down to -15 °C (5°F) and often lower.
Hardy perennials are happy down to at least -5°C (23°F)
Half hardy perennials can withstand down to around 0°C (32°F)
And Tender perennials may be damaged by temperatures below 5°C (41°F)

Please remember that temperatures can vary significantly within quite a small area, and hardiness can be affected by soil, position and other factors.
If in doubt please give us a call.

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"Thank you ladies for your beautiful plants.
Praise also, for the Bulrush Compost, of which I have purchased 8 bags during the past six months. It is superb and my garden has flourished.
Bless you,
Kind wishes"
Janet Morgan
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