Tulip World Expression

Soft primrose yellow turning ivory white beautifully flamed red. Tulip World Expression is simply stunning resembling raspberry ripple ice cream, this colour changing tulip almost give you two tulips for the price of one.
10 - 49
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50 - 240 £0.28 each
250+ £0.26 each
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  • Single Late Tulips tend to flower into May when most other varieties have finished providing late colour; they are tall with very strong stems which hold well in windy conditions. The flowers tend to be larger then the earlier varieties and come in a wide range of colours and shapes.
    Colour Red, White, Yellow
    Month of Blooming April (Late), May (Early)
    Planting Time Autumn, Winter
    Height 55 cm
    Special Features Good for Cut Flowers
    Garden Position Sun
    Type of Soil Fertile, Well Drained
    Hardiness Hardy
    Delivery From end August
  • Tulips should not be planted until the ground is cold preferably from end of October to early December.  It is advisable to store the bulbs in a cool place with air circulation until ready for planting.

    Plant tulips in fertile; well-drained soil in full sun as they dislike excessively wet conditions you can apply general fertiliser like blood, fish and bone at planting.  Dwarf Tulips like Tulipa, Kaufmanniana and Greigii prefer gritty soils. When the Tulips are around 15-20cm high feed every couple of weeks with high potash fertiliser like Tomato fertiliser, until they start to flower then you can stop feeding.

    Once they finish flowering dead head as soon as possible to prevent the seeds maturing, if the seeds are left it will affect the flower production for the following year. Darwin Hybrid, Tulipa, Kaufmanniana and Greigii varieties can be left in the ground for a few years. For other varieties once the leaves have died down after around eight weeks; lift and clean; remove the offsets allowing the bulbs to ripen in a shed or greenhouse, you can store them in sacks or old tights which will help to provide the air circulation they need, you can replant the larger bulbs the following autumn, smaller offsets can be planted in a nursery bed to mature.

    Bulb rot may affect tulips planted in poorly drained soil. Aphids can carry virus from variety to variety. Plant tulips around 15 cm deep allowing around 50-60 per square meter

  • Read our blog about our fund raising for Cancer Research UK from sales of Tulip Survivor

  • My pot of tulips has been so beautiful this spring. I will definitely be ordering from Peter Nyssen in the autumn.

    Ms Byrne

Tulip World Expression

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