Tulip Foxy Foxtrot - 10 packRegular price $19.00
Why settle for a flower that will bloom and then stay that color for the season? Foxy Foxtrot Tulip (Tulipa ‘Foxy Foxtrot’) is just as cheeky as its namesake as it blooms one shade and then transitions to another throughout the season.
This is a double early tulip, meaning it has double rows of petals that lay close to flat, creating a look similar to Peonies or Roses. When this special Tulip first blooms, it is a bright yellow and as it matures will slowly become a beautiful apricot color.
This specimen has strong and sturdy stems that make it perfect for cutting and bringing indoors for all to enjoy. You’ll want an entire garden full of them as they are perfect for mass planting.
Each order includes 10 bulbs.
Hardiness Zones: 3-8
Mature Height: 13-16 inches
Bloom Time: Mid to Late Spring
Light Requirements: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Notes: Cut Flower
Planting Instructions: Plant bulbs 6" deep and 3 - 6" apart
Soil Moisture: Well drained
Will Tolerate: Acidic Soil, Clay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
Pruning Instructions: Only dead heading. It is important to let the foliage mature and die down
naturally, do not cut back. Next year's bloom is being developed.
Winter Care: Mulch +/- 2"
Watering Requirements: Average water needs. Water regularly, do not overwater
Fertilization Requirements: Once per year in spring
Special Care: Not needed
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