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Richard Jackson 15 x Bouquet Tulip Bulbs

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£10.99

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A beautiful collection of tulips from Richard Jackson, producing mini-bouquets of stunning, colour-changing flowers. Each of the three varieties are multi-headed, with three to six heads per stem, blooming during late spring and offering gorgeous colour for patio pots or borders.
  • Attracts pollinating insects
  • Flowering period: spring
  • Plant position: full sunshine or part-shade 
  • Soil type: any well-drained variety 
  • Mature size (h x w): 50cm x 30cm (19.7" x 11.8")
Contains:
  • 5 x Tulip Antoinette (12+ cm bulb) with non-scented Sunset, Pink, and Raspberry Flowers - delights with a dramatic colour change starting golden yellow moving through the sunset colours
  • 5 x Tulip Happy Family (12+ cm bulb) with non-scented Pink Flowers - a gorgeous lustrous pink, with one larger flower surrounded by smaller blooms
  • 5 x Tulip Candy Club (12+ cm bulb) with non-scented Raspberry tones Flowers - gives a sweetshop spectrum of colour change, starting white flushed pink gloriously fading to raspberry tones
Cultural instructions:
  • Suitable for containers, beds and boarders
  • Plant in the ground on arrival (or by the end of November at the latest) 
  • Plant three times the depth of the bulb
  • Weed with a general fertiliser such as Richard Jacksons Flower Power 

Delivered directly from Richard Jackson: please allow 7 - 10 working days for delivery. UK mainland only, including Northern Ireland and islands


All measurements are approximate
QVC's resident gardening expert Richard Jackson has had a varied career, appearing on TV and writing for The Daily Telegraph and BBC’s Gardener’s World Magazine amongst others. His fantastic range brings you everything from intensive plant food to effective weed killers, to help make your garden look its best in every season.

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