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Tulipa Orange Cassini Dutch Tulip Bulbs


 
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*Availability Status: Currently sold out - Estimated avail. fall 2020
*Average Plant Shipping Size: Each - Large, top quality bulbs from Holland


*No Shipments to California, Alaska, or Hawaii

Our Price: $1.29

Product Code: TULCAS1

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Tulipa 'Orange Cassini' - Early Triumph Tulip


Overall Description


Orange Cassini is a brightly colored Tulip variety from the Triumph class of Tulips. Deep orange petals fade slightly to a brighter orange as they move closer to the edges, with some even fading to a lighter orange towards the end of their blooming period. Most flowers have a very small slightly yellow colored center at the flower's cup shaped base. Flowers are help on very strong sturdy scapes.

Best planted at a depth of 5" - 6" anytime in mid fall thru winter. Suggested planting is 3 - 4 bulbs per sq ft for good density once sprouted & blooming. Orange Cassini Tulips are early to mid bloomers in spring, with blooming beginning in late March to early April in warmer zones - slightly later in colder areas of the country.

We offer our Tulipa 'Orange Cassini' Dutch Tulip bulbs at a per bulb price - be sure to check out the quantity discounts offered if you need several bulbs. Guaranteed to be of excellent size & quality.


Plant Facts & Specifications


--Mature Height : 16" - 20" ( 20" is expected bloom height )

--Mature Width : 3" - 5" per bulb

--Growth Rate :
Early to mid spring bloomer if planted in fall / winter

--Hardiness Zones :
4 - 8

--Sun Exposure :
Full to partial sun ( best color in partial sun )

--Soil Preference :
Average to slightly sandy - well drained

--Foliage Color & Texture :
Typical green Tulip style blade foliage

--Flower, Cone, Or Berry Facts :
Flowers - cup / bowl shaped blooms that start out as deep orange, and gradually fade to a brighter orange. Blooming begins in late March in warmer zones, and mid April / early May in cooler zones.

--Diseases / Insects :
Nothing serious, but always be watchful for the occasional snail or slug

--Recommended Spacing :
3 - 4 bulbs per square foot of soil is recommended for optimal density & blooming once bulbs push out.

--Deer Resistance Rating :
Lowest Resistance [ 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8- 9 - 10 ] Highest Resistance

--Fertilization / Feeding :
For maximum health & hardiness, we highly recommend a good grade granular ( preferably organic ) fertilizer / plant food for use with all of our plant species. We personally use, and recommend the Espoma line of organic plant foods, as they are super effective yet gentle enough to use on even the most delicate of evergreen species where fertilizer burn would normally be a major concern. However, a water soluble type plant food (Miracle Gro, or equivalent ) are also acceptable options. Other granular fertilizers with a 6 - 12 - 12, or 10 - 10 - 10 ratio can also be used - but we suggest using them at 1/2 - 3/4 strength to avoid any chemical burn issues to the root system of the plants. Best to fertilize in early spring, and again in mid fall - avoid feeding standard chemical fertilizers during hot summer months, and directly after transplanting. The Espoma Organic Plant Foods may be used at anytime.


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