This multi-headed tulip does not originate from the Polish town of Tarda but from the "Heavenly Mountains" of Kazakhstan and China. This botanical tulip flowers early in the year. With its cheerful yellow petals, it still looks as Mother Nature designed it: cheerful yellow petals with a white egde. The clustered flowers will soon cover the garden and attract bees. It multiplies easily. After flowering, it produces attractive seed heads. This tuplip matches beautifully with Muscari Armeniacum (grape hyacinth) or Scilla Siberica. The bulbs are edible.
|Plant depth||2-3 Times the height of the bulb|
|Food source for||Bees and bumble bees|