Tulip 'Brown Sugar' Overview
Tulip 'Brown Sugar' produces scented flowers around April that are a range of shades of bronze to dark orange that look similar to brunt sugars, giving it its cultivar name. Plant bulbs 3 times their own depth in autumn and only water during periods of drought. They prefer full sun and free draining sites making them perfect to planted in containers under winter displays ready for the following spring. Tulipa 'Brown Sugar' is classified as being a division 3; Triumph group of tulip. This group flowers in mid to the late part of the season and produces single cup shaped flowers that can be 6 cm (2.5") wide.