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Triteleia - Queen Fabiola

Triteleia - Queen Fabiola

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Includes: 20 Triteleia bulbs

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SKU: 36504-20

Fragrant Purple-Blue Triteleia Bulbs for Sale | Queen Fabiola

Prepare to get lost in the starry, deep purple-blue blossoms of Triteleia Queen Fabiola. A glorious native of the Northwest, these dreamy darlings are recognized by experienced gardeners as worthy additions to outdoor beds and rock gardens, but don't forget to snip a few for charming bouquets. The delightfully fragrant flowers rise to 20" tall on slender stems from late spring to early summer with very minimal care.

While Queen Fabiola is unfamiliar to many, we'd love to change that and encourage you to experiment with something a little different. Additionally, these blooms extend the show by opening in succession rather than all at once! We love planting them with Lady's Mantle as the Triteleia's cool tones poke out through the foliage and contrast sharply with its soft, fluffy chartreuse blooms. Enjoy!

Easy to Grow Features

  • Zone: 6-9
  • Height: 12-20 in.
  • Spread: 3-4 in.
  • Sunlight: Partial Sun to Partial Shade
  • Water: Moderate; Dry Summer Dormancy
  • Flowering time: Late Spring to Early Summer
  • Flower Color: Purple-Blue
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  • Planting Depth
  • Planting Proximity
  • Planting Season
  • Plant Benefits
    Native to the US, drought tolerant. Great for rock gardens.
  • Water Quantity
    Moderate; dry summer dormancy
  • Bloom Season
    Late spring - early summer
  • Sunlight Quantity
    Partial Sun to Partial Shade
  • Hardiness Zones
    Zones 6-9

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Sarah Goodman

These guys bloomed just as my freesia was dying in the spring in the 9! I got these as a gift and I just popped them in the ground after refrigerating them for about six weeks in the fall. They grew great and was a surprising pop of color! They came up in March/April after being planted in October I believe. They did great as a cut flower as the blooms keep coming! I liked to cut them with a couple blooms opened and they would continue to bloom after for about a week! I ordered a couple more varities as they were a great transition flower from spring flowers to summer flowers!