Tulip Claudia – is a deep mauve or violet colour. This pointed, lily flowering tulip has a clean white edge of 2mm accenting the tips of the petal. Tulip Claudia is a slightly broader lily flowering tulip which has a bulbous base.
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|3 - 5||£2.81|
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- Colour: Purple, White
- Height: 50cm
- Bulb Size: 10/11cm
How to grow:
- Hardiness: Hardy
- Soil Type: Moist but well drained
- Position: Full sun
- Bulbs per m2: 75
- Planting depth: 10cm
- Planting distance: 10cm
Tulip Claudia – is a deep mauve or violet colour. This pointed, lily flowering tulip has a clean white edge of 2mm accenting the tips of the petal. Tulip Claudia is a slightly broader lily flowering tulip which has a bulbous base. Some lily flowering tulips can be very long and elongated, whereas this tulip has more of the standard shape. It is perfectly proportioned and beautifully coloured. Plant the bulbs anywhere in your garden for example, a container makes a great frame for these picturesque tulip flowers. Lily flowering tulips are late flowering and will bloom from late April into May. You can plant them with other late flowering tulip bulbs such as single late, double late or parrot tulips.
What are Lily Flowered Tulips?
Lily flowered tulips are hybrids, they produce slender flowers, often with recurving, pointed petals. The stems are not very sturdy, making them prone to wind damage, so they are best planted in a sheltered position. Like most tulips, they bloom best the first year after planting. They will often bloom again in the second year, but with smaller and fewer flowers.
How to plant tulip bulbs
You can plant tulip bulbs in many different soil types. They will grow in full sun or semi shade but if you are planting in pots don’t let the soil dry out during spring. Make sure you have plenty of room for the roots. Avoid using just compost to fill the pots, mix in some grit and garden soil with some large stones or broken pots at the bottom. Plant the bulbs approximately 10cm deep and 8-10 cm apart.