Annie Schilder Bulbs

Tulips Mid-Season Tulip Annie Schilder

Annie Schilder

Solid heads of soft orange flushed with azalea pink merging to golden orange at the edges of the petals. Strong and weather resistant.

Height: 45cm / 18"

Flowering Time: April-May

Primary Colour: Orange

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Soft orange flowers merging with golden orange edges, Annie Schilder is a Mid Season Tulip. As a form these Tulips are some of the most suitable for exposed positions due to their robust nature and resistance to adverse weather, especially Annie Schilder which is very strong and weather resistant. As their name suggests they flower between April and May in the middle of the season which helps keeps colour going in the garden when planted with early flowering Tulips. Annie Schilder will grow to 45cm and was first raised in 1982

Tulips will thrive in almost any type of soil where there is reasonable drainage. During the growing season they like plenty of moisture but the roots must not stand in water. Be careful not to feed tulips during the growing season as this will produce 'leggy' plants. Plant from October until late December 4 inches deep and approximately 5 to 6 inches apart.

Tulip failures are mostly due to damage by slugs and snails. Apply a slug repellant immediately after planting and repeat at monthly intervals until the plants stand well above the ground.