This rare colour changing variety will provide an enchanting spectrum of rosy hues throughout its lifetime. Hemisphere’s petals begin pure white and develop pale rose pink flecks and stripes, which spread and deepen as the plant matures, until the tulip finally reaches an intense rose pink. Semi-flared blooms stand on a contrasting grey-green stem with broad lance-shaped leaves. We recommend planting Hemisphere in the border to create a highly unique display which celebrates individuality, as the blend of each tulip will differentiate to the next. Ideal for tulip enthusiasts or lovers of pink. Don’t forget that tulips like to be planted late in October and November with the colder weather (it helps wipe out disease, too.) Plant bulbs pointy side up, 15cm deep and water well.
Flowers April to May.