Planting tulips in containers is a great way to enjoy these colorful spring flowering bulbs. You can experiment with colors that you wouldn’t normally use and it’s ideal for those with limited space. There’s really nothing to it. All you need is a frost proof container, a bag of potting soil and the bulbs.
This container garden features dark maroon tulips. The color is a bold statement in the spring garden and pairs well with more typical pastel purples and pinks of the season.
Frost proof container 10 inches wide and 24 inches deep
(2) 16-quart bags of potting soil
Slow release fertilizer
(75) ‘Queen of the Night’ tulip bulbs