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    🚚 Shipping Starts: Last week of September '24
    📦 Quantity per Package: 10 Bulbs

    ☀️ Light Required: Full sun / Partial Shade
    🌷 Height: 16-18"
    🌸 Blooming Period: Mid Spring/ Late Spring
    🌱 Bulb Size: 12/+
    Planting Distance: 4-5"
    Planting Depth: 6''
    📍 Hardiness Zone: Zone 3-8
    🦌 Deer Resistant: No
    💐 Minimum Bulbs for Effect: 10-15

    About Aveyron

    Meet the Tulip Aveyron, a flower that brings charm to your garden. With its pretty color and lovely shape, Aveyron is like a natural artist painting your outdoor space with beauty. It is a Double Late Tulip, which means it has double petals and blooms in late Spring. Let's explore the simplicity and grace of this tulip variety!

    • Colorful delight: Aveyron has deep hot pink petals, making your garden pop with color.
    • Strong and tall: watch Aveyron stand tall and proud, adding a special touch to your flower beds.
    • Lasting beauty: enjoy Aveyron's flowers for a long time, keeping your garden bright throughout spring.
    • Easy everywhere: Aveyron is tough and grows well in different climates, making it perfect for gardens everywhere.

    How to plant and take care of Aveyron

    • Plant bulbs in well-drained soil during the fall, ensuring they receive ample sunlight.
    • Space bulbs about 4-6 inches apart with the pointed end facing upward.
    • Cover with soil, water thoroughly, and await the magical emergence in spring.
    • Water moderately, keeping the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged.
    • Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to support healthy growth.
    • Remove spent flowers to encourage continuous blooming.
    • After blooming, allow the foliage to wither naturally to nourish the bulb for the next season.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Aveyron Tulip bulbs can thrive in both pots and the ground, but the choice depends on various factors. When planted in pots, they offer the advantage of portability, allowing you to move them to different locations based on sunlight and aesthetic preferences. Ensure well-draining soil in pots to prevent waterlogging. In the ground, Aveyron Tulips may establish a more natural, sustainable growth pattern. Consider soil quality; they prefer well-drained soil. Pots are advantageous for control over soil conditions, but regular monitoring is essential. In-ground planting allows bulbs to naturalize, potentially resulting in a more robust display over time. Ultimately, successful cultivation relies on proper care and attention to specific environmental needs.

    Aveyron Tulips generally do not require staking if planted in well-prepared soil and provided adequate support. However, certain conditions might necessitate staking. If the location is prone to strong winds or if the tulips are in an area with heavy foot traffic, staking can prevent bending or breakage of the stems. Use stakes that are tall enough to support the mature height of the tulips and place them strategically, avoiding damage to the bulbs. Staking is a precautionary measure, and individual garden conditions may vary. Regularly monitor your tulips and stake them if you observe any signs of instability to ensure a beautiful, upright display.

    Aveyron Tulips are known for their relative resistance to deer browsing. While no plant can be considered entirely deer-proof, Aveyron Tulips possess characteristics that make them less attractive to deer. Their bulbs contain substances that deter deer, reducing the likelihood of them being consumed. However, in times of extreme hunger or scarcity of other food sources, deer may nibble on almost any vegetation. To enhance protection, consider companion planting with other deer-resistant species and employ additional deterrents like fencing. Regular monitoring is essential, and promptly addressing any signs of deer intrusion will help preserve the beauty of your Aveyron Tulip display.

    Pinching Aveyron Tulips involves removing the central growing point to encourage branching and potentially increase the number of flowers. Ideally, wait until the tulips are around 6 to 8 inches tall before pinching. This height ensures that the plant has developed sufficiently to benefit from the pinching process. Use clean, sharp scissors or your fingertips to pinch off the central shoot just above a set of leaves. Be cautious not to damage the surrounding foliage. Pinching can result in a more compact, fuller appearance and a potentially prolonged bloom. However, it's crucial not to pinch too late in the growth cycle, as this may interfere with the development of flower buds.

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