Salmon Prince Single Early Tulip has blooms with tones of light pink, orange, apricot and yellow that will bloom early in the tulip season. The blooms last long in the garden as well as a cut flower in a vase. When planted with White Prince and Algarve Single Early Tulips you will have a bright and royal combination of blooms outside, as well as inside for your vases and cut flower arrangements.
Tulip Growing Advice
- Plant in full sun to partial shade
need cold temperatures in order to produce a bloom, and are best suited
in climates that have 12-16 weeks of consistently cold temps (below 50
degrees) during the day.
- Drainage is essential to the survival
of tulips. Plant in garden beds that have been amended with organic
matter if your soil does not drain well.
- To encourage the
possibility of blooms for the next season, keep the leaves intact until
they have yellowed, withered and can easily be removed from the soil.
tulips in fall at planting with a slow release granular fertilizer.
When leaves emerge in Spring you may fertilize your tulips again with
the same slow release granular fertilizer.