Tulipa hageri

€5,50  (10 bulbs)
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Tulipa hageri is a small, charming Tulip. Is orangey-red with hints of yellow and green. Tulipa hageri was named after Friedrich Hager who introduced it in 1874.

Tulipa hageri needs a sunny and fertile spot to be able to naturalise (a good tip for all Tulips).

Tulipa hageri is native to Greece, Crete and Turkey.
Flowers: April/May
Colour: orange/red
Height: 20 cm
Aspect: full sun and warm
Soil type: fertile (prefers loam/clay: improve planting hole on sandy soils with clay minerals)
Planting period: autumn
Planting depth: three times the diameter of the bulb
Type: bulb for naturalising, perennial flowering
Origin: Greece, Crete, Turkey
Bulb size: 5/+ cm (circumference)
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