Lily-flowered Group (Division 6) – These elegant tulips grow 18-26″ tall with stems of variably lengths and bear single, goblet shaped flowers, to 3″ across, with reflexed, pointed tips to the tepals, are white to yellow, or pink to shades of red and magenta, sometimes edged, flamed, or flushed with a contrasting color. Late season flowering and produce leaves that are 4-16″ long. Excellent for formal bedding
Select tulips cultivars and species based on hardiness zones. Most tulips require a long cold winter and dry summer and thrive in Zones 4-6.In Zones 7-8, fewer are adaptable. In Zones 9-10, they should be grown as annuals, and bulbs must be precooled at 40–45 degree Fahrenheit for 8-10 weeks before planting. Grow in fertile well drained, neutral to slightly acidic soil in full or afternoon sun. In Zones 7-10. Choose a shady site or one with morning sun only.