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  • Tulip Queen of Night

    The classic luscious black tulip with a wonderful satin texture. Tulip 'Queen Of Night' is reliable, long-flowering and with a good reappearance rate year after year - a stalwart of the spring garden.

  • Tulip Short Stemmed Show Winner

    Exterior cardinal-red, inner petals scarlet-red, base buttercup yellow edged bordeaux, mottled leaves. Height 20cm. Flowering mid-March.

  • Tulip Single Early Apricot Fox

    Tulip bulbs Apricot Fox will add a splash of colour to your garden in the spring.

  • Tulip Single Early Flair

    This perennial bulb has a red bloom with edged with yellow-orange, with green foliage.Great for borders and tubs.

  • Tulip Single Early Yokohama

    A very bright, intense yellow Tulip with pointed petals.

  • Tulip Triumph Atilla

    The Purple Triumph Tulip (also known as Attila) will be a lovely addition to your garden. This lovely shade of purple will be sure to stand out and also makes a beautiful cut flower. Triumphs are the traditional tulip shape that stands up to bad weather and best choice for forcing!

  • Tulip Triumph Golden Melody

    'Golden Melody' is a sturdy bulbous perennial with golden-yellow flowers in spring.

  • Tulip Triumph Leen van der Mark

    This stately, bi-colored tulip looks great when combined with other white or red blooms, or even blue for a patriotic look! Leen van der Mark Triumph Tulip ranges in height from 16-20" and blooms in the middle of the season. Its somewhat pointed petals give it a great texture and a striking appearance. Triumphs are the traditional tulip shape that stands up to bad weather and best choice for forcing!

  • Tulip Triumph Negrita

    This snub-nosed deep purple tulip with beetroot-purple veins and a satin finish is bound to draw attention. They look stunning planted en masse but are equally good planted next to softer pastel shades. They have strong stems and large flowers and are quite adept at coping with erratic spring weather.

  • Tulip Triumph Oscar

    This variety has dark red blooms. Triumph Tulips are the largest and one of the most important class of Tulips. They come in every possible shade of color possible for tulips, including some wonderful pastels. They are particularly esteemed for their beautiful, traditional "tulip" flower shape. Triumph Tulips have sturdy stems and withstand windy weather. They are great for cut flowers and they have a long vase life. These are mid sized tulips with compact leaves and shorter flower stems. They are ideal for pots or even a spring color hedge. Triumph tulips respond well to a cooling period of six weeks in the fridge prior to planting.

  • Tulip Triumph Special Dark Arabian Mystery

    'Arabian Mystery' is a bulbous perennial with upright, lance-shaped, grey-green leaves and, in mid to late spring, dark, erect stems bearing single, cup-shaped, deep blueish-purple flowers with white edging.

  • Tulip Triumph Special Dark Gavota

    Truly elegant, the Gavota Triumph Tulip is striking with its deep burgundy petals, thickly edged with a brilliant yellow. Growing only 12-16" tall and blooming in mid-Spring, this tulip will make a great border plant or differing height interest in a spring garden. Triumphs are the traditional tulip shape that stands up to bad weather and best choice for forcing!

  • Tulip Triumph Special Dark Passionale

    This huge, lilac-purple tulip has dark purple flames on the outside of its petals while the inside of the petals is beetroot-purple with a tawny-yellow base. Bulb size: 12 cm/up. April/May. 16".

  • Tulip Triumph Special Dark Queen of Night

    Single late-flowering 'Queen of Night', a velvety maroon, still said to be the darkest tulip available. It made its debut in 1944.

  • Tulip Triumph/Garden Princess Irene

    Orange blooms, with a pale purple flame up the centre.The classic aristocrats of the garden, Tulips have been widely known for their fantastic color and stately flower shape. Now you can enjoy the classic beauty and delightful fragrance of these wonderful Tulips.

  • Tulip Triumph/Garden Shirley

    Unique combination of ivory white with purple patches. More purple stips appear during the blooming period. Shirley is a good cutflower.

  • Tulip Uncle Tom

    Dark red double flower. Strong and long lasting

  • Tulip Viking

    Viking' bears scarlet flowers with a greenish tinge, a yellow base, and an occasional yellow flame. The flowers are bowl-shaped, with a double row of petals, and bloom very early in the tulip season. On sunny days, when the flowers are fully open, the blooms reach up to 4 inches across. Double earlies are sturdy and short-stemmed, generally 8/12 inches tall.

  • Tulip Viridiflora Spring Green

    Tulip. A pretty spring flowering bulb with creamy white flowers with a green sepal. Height 40cm. Spread 15cm. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous.

  • Tulips (10 pack) 'Short Stemmed' Red Riding Hood

    A pretty spring flowering bulb with carmine-red flowers with a black base. Attractive maroon marked leaves. Height 20cm. Spread 15cm. Flower colour Red. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Maroon. Hardy. Shelter from strong winds. Skin irritant

  • Tulips (10 pack) Lily Flowering Merlot

    Calling all wine connoisseurs! Merlot, one of the newest breeds resulting from French Tulip hybridizing, sparkles in the sunlight like a glass of its popular namesake, with deep purple-red blooms that seemingly float above strong stems. Plant these beauties grouped with orange tulips for a remarkable display.

  • Tulips (10 pack) 'Triumph Garden' Martinair

    Variable bright pink markings on this tulip as it opens and grows to maturity; in either stage of development, it's a dazzler! 12"-15".

  • Tulips (short stemmed) Red Riding Hood

    A pretty spring flowering bulb with carmine-red flowers with a black base. Attractive maroon marked leaves. Height 20cm. Spread 15cm. Flower colour Red. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Foliage colour Green. Maroon. Hardy. Shelter from strong winds. Skin irritant

  • Tulips Single Early Christmas Marvel

    For an absolutely dazzling combination, pair the bright, cherry-pink blooms of Christmas Marvel with carmine-rose Christmas Dream. Fragrant. Bulb size: 12 cm/up. Mid-April. 12"

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