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Tulipa Double Early ‘Double Negrita’

Tulip

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Tulipa ‘Double Negrita’ is the peony-like sister of the popular, dark colored tulip ‘Negrita’. It flowers mid-Spring and combines well with hyacinths.

Double Early Tulip bulbs are hybrids of Single Early Tulips. They are the earliest double flowering tulip bulbs to bloom.  They feature large and long-lasting peony like flowers on short sturdy stems. (generally 12 inches Tall) Their strong and sturdy stems make them excellent for borders and beds.

Double Early Tulip bulbs are exceptional for forcing and mass landscape displays with Daffodils, Muscari and Crocus flower bulbs. They will flower early in the season.

We supply a wide variety of high quality flower bulbs to wholesale customers in the US and Canada.

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Additional information

Bloom Time

Early to Mid Season

Characteristics

Average, Border or Bed, Butterflies, Container, Fragrant, Mass Planting, Partial Shade, Sun

Color

Purple

Common name

Tulip

Companion Plant Name

Hyacinthus Miss Saigon

Forcing

cut, pot

Hardiness Zone

8-Mar

Height

18 Inches

Packaging

Box of 100 Bulbs, Size 12/+, Tray of 500 Bulbs, Size 12/+

Planting Depth

6-8 Inches

Shipping Season

Fall

Spread

3 Inches

Description

  • Wholesale Double Early Tulip bulbs are an ideal type for borders, beds and early forcing
  • Double Early Tulip bulbs feature long-lasting peony like flowers on short sturdy stems that combine well with Muscari Armeniacum.
  • Tulip bulbs perform best in full sun but will tolerate some shade
  • Tulips dislike wetness and require well-drained soil
  • Fertilize tulip bulbs when they appear in spring. We recommend a general low-nitrogen fertilizer.
  • When planting bulk tulip bulbs, you should always place the pointed end up
  • Bulk Tulip bulbs should be planted at a depth of double the height of the bulb
  • Have a look at our tips for planting and care¬†
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