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Colorblends Tulip Blend Apples to Oranges™


  • Title:  Colorblends Tulip Blend Apples to Oranges™
  • Description:  New for Fall 2019 - Colorblends Tulip Blend Apples to Oranges™ brings big color to the early-mid season. Its fire engine red and pumpkin-orange tulips are radiant in the landscape. "The more subdued shade of orange is unexpected with brilliant red, yet the combination hits exactly the right note," says Colorblends horticulturist Christian Curless. Details: height 12-14 inches, bloom time Early-Mid, plant in well-drained soil in full sunlight, USDA Zones 3-7 (prechill 7b-10). Connecticut-based Colorblends Wholesale Flowerbulbs sells direct to landscape professionals and home gardeners coast-to-coast, with a minimum order of $60. See or call 1-888-847-8637.
  • Filename:  Colorblends_Tulip_Blend_1297_ApplesToOranges_CGC3916JMBP_fx.jpg
  • Copyright:  Copyright-free for editorial and educational use. All other rights, especially commercial rights reserved by Schipper & Company
  • Keywords:  1297, apples to oranges
  • Filesize:  2.45MB
  • Pixels:  2720x4096
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