Amazing Grace Tulip (Tulipa ‘Amazing Grace’)
Amazing Grace Tulip
Double the perfection, the Amazing Grace Tulip bulb plants (Tulipa ‘Amazing Grace’) are sultry and soft pink voluminous blooms with double the petals, creating pink pompoms of fragrant perfection! Held aloft on long stems
Softly fragrant, Amazing Grace Tulips features the wide, arching green foliage and central rosette typical of the Tulip family! With the sweet fragrance expected from spring-flowering bulbs plus the incredible cold hardiness and ease of care too!
Perennial bulbs are perfect for the novice gardener, or anyone with a small yard, just plant them and they’ll bloom every year, multiplying and forming tidy clumps and groupings on their own over time without ever taking over your garden beds! Can be an annual in growing zones they’re not hardy in.
Add party dress-like blossoms for your garden beds and borders! Any sunny or dappled sun setting will have a touch of whimsy! Best in large groups throughout your perennial and cottage gardens to maximize their full ruffles and color! Add unique blooms to rock gardens or plant them in rows along gardens as edging and low border plants. They are perfect for bouquets, so they are must-haves for the cutting garden!
Ideal in large, protected planters where the ground won’t freeze solid. Mix among other spring bulbs or intersperse among larger perennials and shrubs without worrying about their roots crowding each other out.
Tulip bulbs should be planted in the fall 6 to 8 weeks before a hard freeze. Each bulb should be planted pointed end upward and at least 8 inches deep. The location should be well-drained and in full to partial sun. Tulips do not like wet soil so water only when planting if it gets very dry in the fall or during prolonged drought.
|Common name||Amazing Grace Tulip|
|Botanical name||Tulipa 'Amazing Grace'|
|Height||16 - 22 inches|
|Sunlight||Full Sun, Partial Shade|
|Soil condition||Well Drained|
|Pruning time||After Foliage Yellows|