Planting Duo - Daffodil & Tulip
Create a stunning display in pots or your garden with this eye catching combination; our Daffodil & Tulip Duo combines classic red Ile de France Tulips with the delightful yellow and red of Red Devon Daffodils.
- 5 Daffodil Red Devon
- 4 Tulip Isle De France
Tulip Ile de France (Tulipa hybrid) has velvety red blooms, and the shape and style are that of the 'classic Tulip'. Triumph Tulips are hardy and very reliable, ideal for garden beds and pots. Tulips prefer a full sun to part shade position and are ideal for pots and containers. Plant the bulbs when the ground begins to cool in late April - May if required place the bulbs in the crisper in aerated plastic or paper bags (away from fruit) 4-6 weeks prior to planting. Flowers mid - late spring. Mid season flowering.
Daffodil Red Devon (Narcissus tazetta) has large, bright yellow petals and a vivid red-orange cup. The traditional symbol of Spring, Daffodils are ideal for pots, tubs and the garden. Leave in the ground year after year and the bulbs will multiply and create large clumps of colour. Excellent as a cut flower to bring Spring indoors, Daffodils look great when planted under trees. Ideal planted in clumps, either on their own as a feature, in a mix with other Spring flowering bulbs, or with a border of muscari or spring stars. Better suited to the cooler climates; best treated as an annual in areas that do not get a cold Winter or have a short hot Spring.
Delivery delays: The suppliers of Spring Flowering bulbs are experiencing delays in harvesting, packing and shipping this product. Staff shortages, weather issues and COVID-19 shutdowns have caused delays never seen before. Deliveries are expected to be up to date towards the end of March. Rest assured, you will receive your bulbs with more than enough time to refrigerate them if they require before planting (in the case of Tulips and Hyacinths. For more information on planting your Spring Bulbs please refer to Garden Express’ Month by Month Bulb Guide.