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    Tulipa ‘Mary Ann’ has flowers with a blend of deep rose, soft pink and white.

    Greigii Tulips have bright colors often spotted, mostly red, yellow, white and intermediary tints. The stems are rigid and have medium-sized flowers opening out wide in the sun to reveal a deep colored, often black heart, early flowering. Handsomely mottled leaves which are almost always purple-striped or marked, this makes them very attractive in the garden.

    Tulips are hardy and like other bulbs, easy to grow in well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. The blooms last longer in partial shade locations. The tulips can be planted in Fall when the soil temperature falls below 55F to make sure they root well. The best planting time is when the night time temperatures are between 40-50F. For best results, tulips need approximate 12 weeks of temperatures below 50F. The bulbs prefer to be left in the ground to multiply naturally.