Description: Fragrant, clear yellow blossoms with pointed petals and a charming nodding habit
Habit: Single flowers on 8 to 12-inch stems
Culture: Plant bulbs 3 to 4 inches deep and 2 to 3 inches apart in well-drained soil and a sunny to lightly shaded location; suitable for small gardens or for naturalizing
Hardiness: USDA Zones 3 through 8.
5 bulbs per bag.
The Florentine or Woodland Tulip is a European native introduced very early into American gardens. Although Jefferson did not mention this species in his Garden Book, it is now naturalized through the West Lawn at Monticello. It blooms with the Virginia Bluebells in mid-April. Florentine Tulips have a distinctly sweet fragrance and multiply freely once planted, two qualities lost with the development of modern Tulip cultivars.