Mixed Rockery Dwarf Tulip Bulbs (20 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers® Mixed Rockery Dwarf Tulip Bulbs (20 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers® Mixed Rockery Dwarf Tulip Bulbs (20 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers® Mixed Rockery Dwarf Tulip Bulbs (20 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers® Mixed Rockery Dwarf Tulip Bulbs (20 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers® Mixed Rockery Dwarf Tulip Bulbs (20 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers® Mixed Rockery Dwarf Tulip Bulbs (20 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers® Mixed Rockery Dwarf Tulip Bulbs (20 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers®
Mixed Rockery Dwarf Tulip Bulbs (20 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers®

Mixed Rockery Dwarf Tulip Bulbs (20 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers®

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Mixed Rockery Dwarf Tulip Bulbs (20 bulbs) by Jamieson Brothers®

£7.99 £6.66

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Jamieson Brothers Dwarf Tulip Bulbs (20 bulbs)

Working with our suppliers we have brought you the best available bulbs for your gardening enjoyment. A sensational mixture, made up from the most popular dwarf botanical tulip varieties. The variation of flowers and leaf is spectacular when in flower. Perfect for the front of a border display or for growing in pots and containers.

Plant August - December.
As with most plants, giving your tulips a good start at planting time will give you the best display. If your soil is compacted break it up with a garden fork and work in plenty of organic matter such as well-rotted manure or compost. Tulips like free draining soil which is slightly acidic.
Choose a sunny or semi-shaded spot which receives at least 3 hours of sun per day; tulips won't flower in heavy shade. Tall varieties should be protected from strong winds.
If flowering is poor you can top-dress the soil around your tulips with a slow-release bulb fertiliser each spring. Simply sprinkle the fertiliser around the soil at the base of the leaves.
Plant your tulip bulbs with the pointed end facing upwards at a depth of about 15cm (6in). Deep planting is important to prevent the bulbs dividing and producing lots of small bulbs which won't flower. Space them about two bulb-widths apart.


CAUTION: Ornamental bulbs are not edible and can be a skin irritant.

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