• Tulip (Double Early) Peach Blossom

    Fantastic, fully double, dark rose-pink flowers with greenish-white bases in March and April and strap-like, grey-green leaves. These delightful double early tulips are one of the first varieties to flower. Standing up well in wind and rain they make a lovely early spring display

  • Tulip (Double Late) Angelique

    Soft pink-on-pink double tulips so full of gorgeous petals they resemble peonies. Each stem carries multiple blooms that provide masses of long-lasting scented flowers.

  • Tulip (Double Late) Blue Diamond

    Tulip Double Late Blue Diamond has peony like huge violet-purple blooms that open early and last longer than many other varieties.

  • Tulip (Double Late) Carnaval de Nice

    Double tulips have large long lasting blooms that are excellent cut flowers. The double flower refers to the peony like bloom. Tulip double-late Carnaval de Nice (also known as Carnival Tulip) is white with red stripes but starts out green & white. Very beautiful in big groups.Symbolizes eternal happiness and perfect love! Official 11yr Wedding Anniversary flower too.

  • Tulip (Double Late) Cream Upstar

    The incredibly beautiful flowers, which appear late in the season, make welcome additions to spring bedding displays. Their soft yellow and pink colouring becomes stronger as the flowers age, and as it works so well with a number of other shades, these tulips can be used as a link for stronger pinks, purples and yellows. Good fragrance.

  • Tulip (Double Late) Hermione

    This lush peony-like bloom has fully-double petals of shimmering, light violet-rose with a white base. Fragrant. Bulb size: 12 cm/up. Late April. 20".

  • Tulip (Double Late) May Wonder

    May Wonder is a bulbous perennial with broad, lance-shaped, light green leaves and large (up to 10cm across), double, deep pink flowers in late-spring.

  • Tulip (Double Late) Miranda

    A pretty spring flowering bulb with double. stunning red flowers. Height 35cm.

  • Tulip (Double Late) Mount Tacoma

    A pretty spring flowering bulb with creamy white flowers Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous.

  • Tulip (Double Late) Orange Princess

    An award-winning tulip which is a double form of Princess Irene. It has rich orange petals flamed garnet red that are yellowish at the base and often tipped with green. The inside petals have a brownish tint. These delightful, multi-coloured bowl-shaped flowers top sturdy stems in April.

  • Tulip (Double Late) Uncle Tom

    Dark red double flower. Strong and long lasting.

  • Tulip (Rockery A) Johann Strauss

    This beautiful dwarf variety is perfect for planting in containers or in the rockery. Ivory white flowers with red flashes.

  • Tulip (Rockery A) Oriental Beauty

    Tulip Oriental Beauty is a red Tulip flower bulb that loves to bloom in your garden

  • Tulip (Rockery A) Red Riding Hood

    The Red Riding Hood produces scarlet flowers with variegated foliage.

  • Tulip (Rockery A) Stresa

    A nice, bright, sturdy little tulip, early into flower and capable of withstanding early spring weather.

  • Tulip (Rockery A) Toronto

    This tulip has rich coral red blooms accented by a broad stroke of green right up the centre of each petal, the flowers are long lasting and their sturdy long stems are excellent for bouquets. Plant in large groups for maximum impact. These tulips are ideal for rock gardens and containers because of their short size, and as an added attraction they have highly decorative green foliage with maroon coloured stripes or spots. Their flowers open wide in full sun. They are perfect for naturalising if you leave them alone, they will multiply and come back year after year.

  • Tulip (Rockery B) Gluck

    Flowering early spring, in large groups, can be left to naturalize and multiply to produce masses of flowers year after year. In full sun, the flowers open up like a waterlily. They have a height Of 6-8 inches. They are extremely long-lasting!

  • Tulip (Rockery B) Guiseppe Verdi

    This striking variety of mini tulip called 'Giuseppe Verdi' will grow to 20cm tall. 'Giuseppe Verdi' is a small, bulbous perennial with lance-shaped, grey-green leaves with bowl-shaped, bright red flowers edged in yellow. This tulip will flower in early Spring.

  • Tulip (Rockery B) Pandour

    'Pandour' is an upright, bulbous perennial with broad, lance-shaped, maroon-mottled, grey-green leaves and in mid-late spring, single, bowl-shaped, scarlet red flowers.

  • Tulip (Rockery B) Show Winner

    'Show Winner' is a dwarf bulbous perennial with bright red flowers in spring.

  • Tulip (short stemmed) Concerto

    Elegant creamy-white flowers with striking black bases, set atop grey-green foliage. Ideal for naturalising. Flowers March-April. Height 10-15cm.

  • Tulip (short stemmed) Red Riding Hood

    A pretty spring flowering bulb with carmine-red flowers with a black base. Attractive maroon marked leaves. Height 18cm. Spread 15cm. Flowers from March to April. Herbaceous. Hardy. Shelter from strong winds. Skin irritant.

  • Tulip Apricot Beauty

    A pretty spring flowering bulb with soft salmon-pink flowers with orange margins in mid Spring. Height 35cm.

  • Tulip Black Hero

    Black Hero has large double dark purple flowers that resemble old-fashioned peonies. Flowers April to May.

  • Tulip Bleu Aimable

    Bleu Aimable' is an upright, bulbous perennial with broad, linear, grey-green leaves and in mid to late spring, tall stems bearing classically shaped, blue-lilac flowers.

  • Tulip China Town

    China Town - a lovely combination of moss green edgeed with phlox pink and carmine rose and a bit of canary yellow at the base topped off with variegated foliage; quite an eyecatcher! 10"-14"; mid-late spring.

  • Tulip Darwin Red (qty x 25)

    Sword-like foliage on a sturdy stem supports the most recognizable flower imported from Holland.Tulips are one of the easiest bulbs to grow. Just plant this fall in well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade for great colour this spring.

  • Tulip Fosteriana Candela

    Bright yellow coloured blooms, mix well with Red Emperor. Height around 35cm.

  • Tulip Fosteriana Orange Emperor

    A strong, early flowering Tulip with a beautiful orange exterior.

  • Tulip Fosteriana Red Emperor

    The colour is of the brightest oriental red, unusual and quite apart from any similar shade in Tulips. The flowers grow to an immense size, about twice as large as any other known Tulip. Height 38cm. Flowering early April.

  • Tulip Fosteriana Soft Secret (qty x 25)

    Fosteriana tulips are quite something special having very broad leaves. They are very fine border subjects because of their brilliant colours and large flowers.

  • Tulip Fosteriana Sweetheart

    Sweetheart is an early-season bloomer that bears lemon-yellow blooms with a broad ivory white edge.

  • Tulip Fosteriana White Emperor

    These tulips have large flowers on tall, sturdy stems which makes them ideal for large scale bedding displays. They are early flowering so the creamy-white flowers appear in late March and April. Because of its strong growth and great performance, this variety has been the prestigious Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society. Even more impressive - the flowers are scented.

  • Tulip Fringed Bergundy Lace

    Burgundy Lace is a bulbous perennial with broad grey-green leaves, and fringed wine red flowers in late spring.

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