Height: 45 cm
Flowering period: April, May
Group: Crispa tulip bulbs
Delivery time: August to November
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Features of the Northpole tulip bulb:
The flower of the Northpole tulip bulb is white. When the flower just comes out, there is a green drawing on the outside of the flower. This green disappears after a few days. The flower has a nice serration along the petals. The heart is also white. Sometimes, in addition to the main flower, a smaller secondary flower emerges from the bulb. The color of the stem is light green.
The Northpole tulip belongs to the Crispa tulip bulb group.
Crispa tulip bulbs (fringed tulips) originate from Central Asia. The fringed shape arose spontaneously in 1930. With this type of tulip bulbs people continued to cross, so that several colors of fringed tulips are now available. They are late flowering tulips, they flower in May and are about 50 cm high.
The best time to plant Northpole tulip bulbs is the months of October and November. The tulip bulb needs some time to form roots before the first frost comes. If you plant the tulip bulbs before October, there is a risk of frost damage because the tulips will emerge too early in the spring. The planting depth is 3 times the height of the bulb. In order to bloom in the spring, a tulip bulb needs the indispensable winter. So a cold period, which should last at least 9 weeks with a temperature below 10 degrees Celsius. Tulip bulbs are best planted in well-loosened, not too wet soil. If they are too wet, the bulbs will rot and there will be no flower. They do well in sun or partial shade. Plant tall tulips in a place where they are protected from strong winds to prevent blowing over. You can plant the tulip bulbs in groups or scatter the tulip bulbs and plant them where they fell. The latter gives a natural effect.
The Northpole tulip bulbs do well in a pot or container.