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Tulip Triumph Blueberry Ripple

Product code: 00253736

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Product Information

Triumph Blueberry Ripple tulip bulbs produce one of the most popular Triumph tulips that we sell, blueberry ripple has flowers that white with large purple flames. Plant in semi shade for longer lasting flowers.

Please note the bulbs on our website are sold in packs only (not as loose Bulbs).

  • Best for containers or borders
  • Guaranteed to bloom
  • Flower Colour: White/Purple flames
  • Bulb Size: 12/+cm
  • Guide to the number of Bulbs per Pack: 8
  • Conditions tolerated: Full Sun / Partial Shade
  • Planting Depth: 6 inches/15cm
  • Eventual Height: 55cm
  • Planting Season: Autumn - Winter
  • Brand: Simple Pleasures

Top Tips for Planting Tulip Bulbs

Plant your tulip bulbs in October or November; you can still plant them in early December if the ground is not frozen.

Plant in well drained soil, you can improve drainage by raking the top foot of the soil mixing in several inches of peat or compost.

Plant the bulbs 4 inches deep and 5 6 inches apart.

Tulips are fairly disease resistant, however they may get affected with Tulip Fire (leaves go brown and wilt), particularly if they get too warm. If this occurs dig up the bulbs and destroy and dont plant in the infected soil.

It is fine to dead head the flowers but allow the stems to die back naturally. It is important however to remove all dead foliage and petals and not compost them.

  • Plant Features
    • Eventual Height: 10-60cm (4-24in)
    • Flower Colour: White
    • Flowering Season: Spring-Summer
    • Planting Season: Autumn - Winter