Crown Tulip Bulbs – a New Class in the Garden Classification of Tulips
In 2018, a new class of tulips was added to the garden classification of tulips – crown tulips (Coronet Group). As of the beginning of 2020, 13 varieties are included in this class. The color scheme of varieties from this class of tulips is very diverse – there are white, pink, red, purple flowers with different shades. Among the existing varieties, two varieties have a two-tone color. A variety of colors and unusual shapes make crown tulip bulbs popular among the gardeners.
Crown Tulips Description
Crown or coronet tulips have a unique structure of perianth elements (petals). They are leathery, strong, and deformed. Their teapot spout-like petals make the bud look like a crown. The reason for the unique structure of the crown tulips is a mutation.
What Are the Best Crown Tulip Bulbs Varieties?
Among the best crown tulip bulbs varieties can be distinguished the following ones:
Where to Buy Crown Tulips?
There are a lot of online stores offering crown tulip bulbs for sale on the Internet. Choose a reliable store to buy crown tulips of the best quality and create a wonderful garden near your house.
Frequently asked questions about Spring Flowering Crown (Coronet Tulips)
What colours are available in the Crown Tulips?
Crown tulips are available in a wide range of colours, including vibrant reds, soft pastels, bright yellows, cool whites and more. The exact colour selection may vary depending on the season and availability.
When is the best time to plant the Netherlands Crown Tulip bulbs?
The ideal time to plant crown tulip bulbs is in autumn, usually between September and November, before the ground has frozen too much. This allows the bulbs enough time to establish and develop their roots before the winter weather, resulting in early flowering in spring.
How can I order Crown (Coronet tulip bulbs)?
You can easily order Crown (Coronet tulip bulbs) via our website. Select the desired quantity and colours and follow the instructions in the ordering process. If you have any questions or difficulties, our customer service will be happy to help you.
How do I care for Holland Crown Tulips after flowering?
After the crown tulips have faded, you should remove the faded flower heads so as not to invest the plant's energy in seed production. However, allow the leaves to continue growing until they are completely wilted. This allows the bulbs to store nutrients for the next growing season.
Can I grow crown tulips in pots or containers?
Yes, crown tulips can also be grown in pots or containers. Make sure the pots are large enough to provide enough space for root growth and use good quality potting soil.