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Nectarina pulchella

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Tulipa botanical Pulchella Violacea

Perennial herbaceous bulbous plant

Adult plant size

Plant height 10 cm

Purple flower with yellow center

Flowering and fruits

Flowering period April-May

Balances are valid on: 5 March 2021, 17:07

The site should be located in a sunny location and protected from the wind. It is important that it does not have irregularities in which water will stagnate in spring and autumn - this can lead to wetting and decay of the bulbs.

Tulips are quite unpretentious plants and can tolerate any garden soil, but the best for them is loose, well-drained, moderately moist, i.e. loamy and sandy loam soil with a neutral or slightly alkaline reaction. Heavy loamy soil can be improved by adding sand and peat

Low-growing, early flowering variety. When opened, the flower resembles a bright star. When the bud opens on a sunny day, the flowers look particularly attractive. This variety is perfect for creating rock gardens, borders, planting in flower beds and containers. Indispensable for creating alpine slides and rockeries. It goes well with other spring-flowering bulbous plants.

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