Albion Star is a white Greigii Tulip with just a hint of pink. They flower on short stems reaching a height of just 25cm, making them ideal for pots and borders alike. Also perfect as part of a cut flower display. This is a multi-headed, with 3/4 flowers beautiful per stem in March/April. 10-11cm bulbs supplied. We recommend planting alongside darker, contrasting varieties or beside a range of other white and pink Tulips to highlight the blush colour. Plant around 10cm deep in well drained, fertile soil in a sunny or partially shade location.
|Plant 8-10cm deep and approx 15cm apart.
|Well drained garden soil
Growing at a glance…
Tulip bulbs should be planted in autumn, before any frost. Find an area of soil that is well-drained and moist and plant your bulbs at twice their depth and spaced apart by 10-15cm. Ensure they are properly covered, you should not be able to see them on the surface of the soil. Position in an area that you know receives plenty of sunlight but is also sheltered from harsh winds. Deadhead the flowers once they wilt, encouraging a healthier plant.