Botanical Name: Tulipa 'Casa Grande'; Family: Liliaceae (Lily Family)
Height: 20 inches
Spacing: 3" - 6"
Depth: 6 inches
Sun/Shade: full sun to partial shade
Color: capiscum red from base to top with a pale currant flame
Foliage: stem green, leaves fern green with maroon and purple stripes
Blooms: mid spring, blooms for 12 - 15 days depending on the weather
Soil Requirements: well drained, fertile
Growth Rate: very good
Size: 8" - 10"e tall
Comments: This is the tallest tulip flower on the market. You will not believe your eyes when you see it in full bloom, the flower can grow up to 10 ft tall. This flower has not the oval Tulip shape at the base but looks more square. The width of the flower is 4 inches. Foliage is very attractive before and after blooming. They are mottled and streaked with deep maroon and purple streaks. Since it only grows 20 inches you don't have to worry that the wind will blow it over. Plant it where it can be seen in the front border, near walk ways. It will be a show stopper. The name already tells you that it is a large Tulip. Casa Grande is spanish for large house. Your neighbors will envy you when they see these mammoth flowers in your garden.
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