Tulip Single Late Queen of Night

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Tulip Single Late Queen of Night

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Description

  • Their dark, almost purplish-black petals create a striking contrast when planted alongside lighter-colored flowers, making them a favorite choice for creating dramatic and eye-catching displays.
  • plant "Queens of Night" tulips in the fall, ideally between September and November. Planting them before the ground freezes allows the bulbs to establish roots before winter and ensures they bloom beautifully in the spring.
  • These tulips can be planted in garden beds, borders, or containers, and they can also be used for naturalizing in grassy areas.
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How many plants do I need? Recommend spacing 10 cm.

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About Tulip Single Late Queen of Night

Queens of Night tulips are a regal and captivating variety known for their deep, velvety blooms that appear almost black in certain lighting. These dramatic tulips add a touch of elegance and mystery to any garden or floral arrangement.

  • Blooms in
    Blooms in Late Spring
  • Height
    Height 40-50 cm (16-20 in)
  • Planting Depth
    Planting Depth 10-15 cm (4-6 in)
  • Hardiness Zone
    Hardiness Zone 3-7
  • Light Requirements
    Light Requirements Full sun, Partial shade
  • Bulb size
    Bulb size 12/+ cm
  • Spacing
    Spacing 10 cm (4in)
  • Origin
    Origin Holland
  • Watering
    Watering Moderate
  • Usage
    Usage Container Garden, Cut Flower, Garden Bed
  • Plant Characteristics
    Plant Characteristics Pollinator Friendly, Outdoor
  • Winterization
    Winterization No
  • Plant Life Cycle
    Plant Life Cycle Perennial

How to Grow Tulips

Planting Tulips

  • Plant these bulbs in fall.
  • If you cannot plant your bulbs right away store them in a cool, dry, dark location, like a basement.
  • Plant them with the pointy end up in a sunny to semi-shaded area about 10 to 15 cm (4 to 6 in) deep and 10 cm (4 in) apart.
  • Water thoroughly after planting.

Growing Tulips

  • Plant bulbs with different bloom times together for an ongoing show of colour.
  • These bulbs do best in loose, well-drained soil.
  • Plant the taller varieties somewhat out of the wind, due to their height.
  • These bulbs are suitable for almost every possible application: fields, beds, containers, borders, rock gardens, as cut flowers and for forcing.

Tulips Care

  • If you have problems with deer, spray the bulbs with deer repellent when the bulbs are 5 cm (2 in) out of the ground and when the flower bud is visible.
  • Fertilize your tulips just before blooming with a slow-release fertilizer for the best chance to bloom again next year.
  • Remove the flowers when they are spent.

Winterizing Tulips

  • After flowering, the leaves should be allowed to die down. The leaves will gather sunlight and provide nourishment for next year’s show.
  • Tulips require a period of cold weather while they’re dormant and resting between shows.
  • Most tulips should be treated as annuals, some Fosteriana, Greigii and species tulips are suitable for naturalizing.

Holland

Holland is where the garden party never stops! Renowned for its rich horticultural tradition and expertise, Holland is a flower-power paradise. Synonymous with vibrant blooms and top-tier bulbs, 80% of the world’s bulb cultivation has roots in Holland. Before our bulbs set sail on their global adventure, we conduct meticulous checks for size and disease. So, gear up to cultivate Dutch flower charm in your own garden!

 

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