Tulip - Cummins
The Tulip Cummins, ‘tulipa cummins’ produces a stunning combination of lavender petals with a very heavy pure white fringe that creates a spectacular sight in the late spring garden. This new variety is a very strong grower with sturdy stems, which make it ideal for cut flower arrangements.
This late blooming ‘Fringe tulip’ displays intricate white fringes on these tulip flowers. The Cummins tulip is fragrant and drought tolerant. They are easy to grow. Use these tulips in beds, borders, and for cut flowers.
Fall planted bulbs need to be watered during dry periods. In the spring, cut back the flower stems but allow the leaves to dry back naturally. Apply compost each spring for adequate nutrients.
Tulips are one of the most widely planted bulbs in the world. One look at this picture is the reason why!
Blooms late spring season. Height: 18-20", plant 5-6" apart in full sun or partial sun.
|Mature Height||18 - 20 Inches|
|Zones||3 - 8|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun - Full Shade|
|Bloom Period||Late Spring|
|Bulb Spacing||5 - 6 Inches|