Mount Tacoma Tulip
Mount Tacoma Tulip is a heirloom variety renowned for its fully double blooms and century-long presence in gardens. Creamy white petals come together to produce a showy display of fluffy cloudlike flowers.
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Tulipa- Double late
Perennial, zones 3-8
Bulb Planting Depth: 5-6”, plant pointed end up
Spacing: 5-6 bulbs per square foot, 4-6” apart
Light Needs: Full sun to light shade
Soil Needs: Average to fertile, well-drained
Bloom Time: Late-spring
Uses: Flower beds, containers, rock gardens, borders, cut flowers
Care: Amend soil with compost before planting tulips. Feed with a granular flower bulb fertilizer at planting time or in the spring when the leaves emerge. Cut back spent flowers and allow foliage to die back naturally before removing it (4-6 weeks after flowering). In southern climates, with mild winters the bulbs will need to have a chill period of 6-12 weeks before planting. Tulips do not like a lot of heat so choose a planting site with morning sun rather than afternoon sun.