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Tulipa Triumph ‘Hemisphere’

Tulip

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Hemisphere is a color-changing Triumph Tulip, with colors varying from white to raspberry pink. They look different every day, and will really draw people’s attention. Plant them in a prominent spot in the garden.

Triumph Tulip bulbs are a result of crossbreeding Single Early Tulips and Darwin Hybrid Tulips. They boast angular-shaped flowers on sturdy stems (16-22 inches tall). These wholesale bulbs are popular for beds, borders, pots, and landscaping projects, blooming mid to late season and enduring severe weather. They are also widely used for forcing in pots and as cut flowers. Triumph Tulips offer a wide range of colors and designs. Ruigrok Flowerbulbs has you covered with over 80 varieties of triumph tulips and other flower bulbs.

 

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Additional information

Bloom Time

Mid Season

Characteristics

Average, Border or Bed, Container, Cut Flower, Mass Planting, Partial Shade, Sun

Color

Multi-Color

Common name

Tulip

Forcing

cut, pot

Forcing Season

Easter, Mother's Day

Hardiness Zone

3-8

Height

20 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 Triumph Tulip Bulbs are the ideal choice for beds, borders and pots and are the most used type for forcing.
  • Triumph Tulip bulbs produce long-lasting flowers that will stand straight even in severe weather conditions
  • Our wholesale tulip bulbs are top size (12+)
  • Tulip bulbs are at their best in full sun but will tolerate some shade
  • Tulips do not like wetness and need well-drained soil
  • Fertilize tulip bulbs when the foliage appears in spring. We recommend a general low-nitrogen fertilizer..
  • Plant bulk tulip bulbs placing the pointed end up
  • Bulk Tulip bulbs can be planted at a depth of double the height of the bulb
  • Have a look at our tips on planting and care
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