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AGM plants have been through a rigorous trial and assessment programme. They are:
This plant will provide nectar and pollen for bees and the many other types of pollinating insects.
It is included in an evolving list of plants carefully researched and chosen by RHS experts. Divided into 3 groups these lists, linked below, are maintained by a team of RHS staff and are reviewed annually.
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Other common names
tulip 'Moonlight Girl'
Tulipa are bulbous perennials with characteristic flowers, in a wide range of colours, in spring
Lily-flowered Group tulips have goblet-shaped flowers with pointed, out-curving or reflexed tepals, and flower in late spring
'Moonlight Girl' is a well-proportioned tulip, to 55cm, with quite large flowers. Outer tepals are pale yellow, whiter at the midrib; inside the flower is pale yellow with white midribs and a bright yellow base. Mid spring
Toxicity All parts may cause severe discomfort following ingestion
All ratings refer to the UK growing conditions unless otherwise stated. Minimum temperature ranges (in degrees C) are shown in brackets
Aspect South-facing or West-facing or East-facing
SoilSand, Chalk, Loam
pHAcid, Alkaline, Neutral
Time to ultimate height
Plant 10 to 15cm deep in fertile, well-drained soil. Protect from excessive wet and shelter from strong winds
Propagate by lifting and separating offsets
Suggested planting locations and garden types
Flower borders and beds Garden Edging
City & Courtyard Gardens Coastal Cottage & Informal Garden Patio & Container Plants
Pruning Deadhead after flowering
Pests Can be damaged by slugs, aphids and stem and bulb eelworm; squirrels may eat the bulbs
May be subject to tulip fire and bulb rots
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