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Tulipa Emperor ‘Oracle’

Tulip

Oracle is an Emperor Tulip variety in a bright orange color, with a golden center. These medium height tulip bulbs will flower early in the season. 

Emperor Tulip bulbs feature large and Long-lasting flowers, in striking colors, on medium height sturdy stems (16-18 inches Tall)

Emperor Tulips are one of the best landscaping Tulip varieties. They are excellent for rock gardens, containers, beds and borders and flower very early in the season.

Emperor Tulip bulbs combine well with early bulbs, like Crocus, Chionodoxa and Daffodils.

Emperor Tulips are also known as Fosteriana Tulips.

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Growing Tips

Bloom duration: 3 weeks Planting Depth: 6" (15cm) Spacing: 4-6" (10-15cm) Early-season flowering (March - April)

Additional information

Common name

Tulip

Hardiness Zone

3-8

Height

12 Inches

Spread

3 Inches

Planting Depth

6-8 Inches

Bloom Time

Early Spring

Shipping Season

Fall

Color

Orange, Yellow

Characteristics

Average, Border or Bed, Mass Planting, Partial Shade, Sun

Companion Plant Name

Narcissi Large Cupped 'Ice Follies', Narcissi Small Cupped 'Red Devon', Tulipa Emperor 'Red Emperor', Tulipa Emperor 'White Emperor'

Packaging

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

Description

  • Emperor tulips are also known as Fosteriana Tulips
  • They are early blooming and excellent for rock gardens, containers, beds and borders.
  • Emperor Tulip bulbs feature long-lasting flowers that will stand up even in severe weather conditions
  • We supply top sized tulip bulbs (12+)
  • Tulip bulbs perform best in full sun but will tolerate some shade
  • Tulip bulbs do not like wetness (wet feet) and require well-drained soil
  • Fertilize tulip bulbs when the foliage pushes through the soil in spring. We recommend a general low-nitrogen fertilizer.
  • Plant tulip bulbs, placing the pointed end up
  • Tulip bulbs should be planted at a depth of double the height of the bulb
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