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The Tulip 'Golden Oxford', 'Tulipa darwin hybrid', is a fall planted bulb. This brilliant yellow tulip has large, perfectly shaped, long-lasting blooms atop thick, sturdy stems. They make beautiful bouquets. For a show-stopping attraction in your garden, plant tulips in a group of 25 to 50. This tulip will also multiply year after year. These tulips bloom in mid spring for a 3 week period.For the best effects, plant the bulbs in clusters of 5 to 15 bulbs of one variety, or scatter clusters throughout the garden or flower border. Tulips do best in well-drained soil. It is advisable not to plant tulips in the same location in the garden year after year. If possible, plant in a somewhat sheltered location. These tulips are excellent for warmer climatic zones. Tulips are excellent for mass planting, cut flowers, and borders.
Scientific Name : Tulipa darwin hybrid 'Golden Oxford'

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