Tulip White Prince

Tulip White Prince – is a stunning Single Early variety of tulip with large, white flowers with a slightly yellow base. This gorgeous flower can reach heights of up to 40 cm

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Specifications:

  • Colour: White
  • Height: 35cm

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      How to grow:

      • Soil Type: Moist but well drained
      • Position: Full sun, Semi-shade
      • Bulbs per m2: 70
      • Planting depth: 10cm

      More Information

      Tulip White Prince is a stunning single early variety of tulip with large, white flowers with a slightly yellow base. This gorgeous flower can reach heights of up to 40 cm and its blooms usually last for several weeks. If you are looking to add a touch of elegance to your garden, Tulip White Prince should do the trick!

      To successfully grow Tulip White Prince, start by planting these tulip bulbs in autumn between September and December. Choose an area that receives full sunlight and has well-draining soil. Work some compost into the soil before planting your them at least 8 inches deep and around 10 inches apart. Water thoroughly after planting and continue to water throughout the growing season as needed.

      Once your Tulip bulbs have bloomed and begun to die back, it is important to practice deadheading. This involves removing the flowers from the plant once they start to wilt in order to encourage bulb growth for the following year.

      What are single early tulip bulbs?

      Single Early Tulips are the classic tulip shape, usually with strong, shorter stems. These tulip bulbs are therefore an ideal choice for pots and borders, standing up well in the windier spots around your garden. They will be the first tulips to appear in early April.

      Single Early Tulips are available in a selection of gorgeous colours.

      Should I lift my tulip bulbs?

      Tulip bulbs can be kept in the ground all year round, but you may find that they don’t put on as much of a display as the previous year. Some gardeners prefer to lift and store tulip bulbs rather than leaving them in the ground, this is especially recommended if the area in which they are planted gets wet during winter months. Lift them with a hand fork once the foliage has turned yellow, four to six weeks after flowering. Remove the foliage, trim the stem and remove the flaky outer coating from the bulb.

      Read more about why and how you should lift tulip bulbs >

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