Tulip Triumph Bulb Garden
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Tulip Triumph Bulb Garden

Who can resist a trio of tulips?


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Item # 28060
$69.95
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Item Form Gift Plants
Virtual Form Bulb Garden
Additional Characteristics Bulb Gifts, Decorative Plants
Bloom Color Pink, White, Yellow
Foliage Color Medium Green
Occasion All Occasion, Anniversary, Birthday, Congratulations, Easter, Encouragement, Thinking of You
Recipient Bird Lovers, Coworker, Father, For Her, For Him, Gifts for Gardeners, Graduate, Grandparent, Host/Hostess, Mother, Teacher
Restrictions *Due to state restrictions we cannot ship to the following:
Canada, Alaska, Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

The premium bulbs in this special assortment are pre-planted in a grower’s pot inside a decorative container and are beginning to sprout. Follow these simple care instructions, and in just a few weeks, your bulb garden will be bursting with fresh color and fragrance.

ARRIVAL:

Carefully unpack your garden, being especially careful around any brittle shoots rising above the soil line. Gently pull back the moss top-dressing and water thoroughly.

If you are unable to care for your pot of bulbs right away, it may be kept in a cool, dark location for a short period of time. If the garden is frozen upon arrival (which will not affect the quality of these cold-weather bulbs), allow it to thaw overnight before watering.

BLOOM TIME:

Beginning in 2 to 4 weeks, each variety will flower in its natural sequence, brightening your home with a long succession of blooms. Remove flowers as they fade.

PLACEMENT:

Display your bulb garden in a location with bright, indirect sunlight and temperatures ranging between 55° to 65°F. Be sure to place the decorative container on a water-resistant surface, as it may not be waterproof. Rotate the garden periodically to keep the stalks growing straight.

Bulb Gardens

WATER:

Water regularly to keep the soil moist, but not soggy. Easy watering tip: place 1 to 3 small ice cubes on the soil for slow watering.

TRANSPLANTING:

Forcing bulbs indoors, as we have done with these, depletes their reserves. We do not recommend transplanting these bulbs once they are finished blooming. However, if you do try growing your bulbs outdoors, transplant in spring after all danger of frost has passed in a sunny location (Zones 3-8). It may take years for the bulbs to bloom again, if at all.

IMPORTANT: Ornamental plant material should not be eaten. Keep away from pets and children.

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