Smelling of caramel and burnt sugar this giant flowering Tulip features copper brown petals and a scent to die for. Each petal has a red hue blush to its outer edges and its robust flowers feature atop strong anti-snap stems.
Soil - Well drained
Position - Sun or part shade
Cutting - Excellent for cutting
Flowering - Spring
Additional Information - Plant in well drained soil, so if you have clay, add a bed of grit. Plant pointed end up around 8" deep and 4" apart. This makes the tulip tougher with strong stalks. Leave foliage on after flowering until it becomes brown, it can then be cleared. If you are 'lasagne planting', largest bulbs at the bottom, if they all the same size they can be planted in any order.Hardy bulbous perennial,