Saxatilis Tulip
 

Saxatilis Tulip

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The Saxatilis tulip is another great tulip variety worth considering. They are much smaller than a standard tulip, so it is best to plant them in larger groupings to achieve a natural effect. Planted in a sunny, freely draining spot in the garden, they will often keep flowering for weeks on end.Botanical name: Tulipa saxatilisUSDA zones: 4 to 8Soil requirement: Well-drained soilLight requirement: Full sunSize: 6 inches

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January 14, 2013
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Carol McC added this to landscape
December 10, 2012
Saxatilis tulip
Carol McC added this to idea misc
November 25, 2012
Saxatilis Lily
bdzwahlen added this to Landscaping - Bulbs
November 25, 2012
Add to ideabook by The New York Botanical Garden by The New York Botanical Garden The Saxatilis tulip is another great tulip variety worth considering. They are much smaller than a standard tulip, so it is best to plant them in larger groupings to achieve a natural effect. Planted in a sunny, freely draining spot in the garden, they will often keep flowering for weeks on end. Botanical name: Tulipa saxatilis USDA zones: 4 to 8 Soil requirement: Well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Size: 6 inches
nanabak added this to landscape ideas
November 8, 2012
The Saxatilis tulip is another great tulip variety worth considering. They are much smaller than a standard tulip, so it is best to plant them in larger groupings to achieve a natural effect. Planted in a sunny, freely draining spot in the garden, they will often keep flowering for weeks on end. Botanical name: Tulipa saxatilis USDA zones: 4 to 8 Soil requirement: Well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Size: 6 inches
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October 26, 2012
Saxatilis tulip
Jessie Childress added this to garden
October 26, 2012
Low growing
mkkaufman added this to Landscaping
October 25, 2012
saxatilis
ssparaga added this to gardening
October 24, 2012
smaller tulip
jcorrive added this to jcorrive's ideas
October 24, 2012
love the colors
beamcdowell added this to Bulbs
October 24, 2012
Saxatillis. For planting with creeping Jenny
rhill12 added this to rhill12's ideas
October 21, 2012
Purple flower with 6" height
Rodd added this to Rodd's Garden Ideas
October 21, 2012
The Saxatilis tulip is another great tulip variety worth considering. They are much smaller than a standard tulip, so it is best to plant them in larger groupings to achieve a natural effect. Planted in a sunny, freely draining spot in the garden, they will often keep flowering for weeks on end. Botanical name: Tulipa saxatilis USDA zones: 4 to 8 Soil requirement: Well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Size: 6 inches
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