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Tulips 

 


Bright Gem Species Tulip

The Tulip 'Bright Gem', 'Tulipa species', a fall planted bulb, produce yellow flowers on short stems. The Species Tulips are rarely planted in large masses because their main feature is their uniqueness. Species Tulips are suitable for rock gardens and small group plantings, and they prefer to be left in the ground to multiply naturally. Species tulips are the wildflowers of the tulip family, and these hardy Species tulips require less work. The leaves should not be cut back until they begin to yellow. This permits bulbs to recharge before going summer-dormant.


Chrysantha Species Tulip

The Tulip 'Chrysantha', 'Tulipa species', a fall planted bulb, produce red and yellow flowers on short stems. The Species Tulips are rarely planted in large masses because their main feature is their uniqueness. Species Tulips are suitable for rock gardens and small group plantings, and they prefer to be left in the ground to multiply naturally. Species tulips are the wildflowers of the tulip family, and these hardy Species tulips require less work. The leaves should not be cut back until they begin to yellow. This permits bulbs to recharge before going summer-dormant.


Fusilier Species Tulip

The Tulip 'Fusilier', 'Tulipa species', a fall planted bulb, produce red flowers on short stems. They actally produce a "bunch" of red flowers per bulb. The Species Tulips are rarely planted in large masses because their main feature is their uniqueness. Species Tulips are suitable for rock gardens and small group plantings, and they prefer to be left in the ground to multiply naturally. It's like having two different flowers in the same space at once. The leaves should not be cut back until they begin to yellow. This permits bulbs to recharge before going summer-dormant.


Lilac Wonder Species Tulip

The Tulip 'Lilac Wonder', 'Tulipa species', a fall planted bulb, produce beautifull coloring in flowers of pink, white, and yellow. The Species Tulips are rarely planted in large masses because their main feature is their uniqueness. Species Tulips are suitable for rock gardens and small group plantings, and they prefer to be left in the ground to multiply naturally. Spent flowers should be removed so that the energy goes into revitalizing bulbs instead of seeds. This permits bulbs to recharge before going summer-dormant.


Red Hunter Species Tulip

The Tulip 'Red Hunter', 'Tulipa species', a fall planted bulb, produce red flowers on short stems. Red Hunter was the official Tulip of the Royal Botanical Gardens Bicentennial launched at the 2004 Chelsea Flower Show. Species Tulips are suitable for rock gardens and small group plantings, and they prefer to be left in the ground to multiply naturally. Species tulips are the wildflowers of the tulip family, and these hardy Species tulips require less work. The leaves should not be cut back until they begin to yellow.


Rockgarden Mixed Colors Species Tulip

The Tulip 'Rockgarden Mixed Colors', 'Tulipa species', a fall planted bulb, produce assorted colored flowers on short stems. The Species Tulips are rarely planted in large masses because their main feature is their uniqueness. Species Tulips are suitable for rock gardens and small group plantings, and they prefer to be left in the ground to multiply naturally. The leaves should not be cut back until they begin to yellow. This permits bulbs to recharge before going summer-dormant.


Tarda Species Tulip

The Tulip 'Tarda', 'Tulipa species', a fall planted bulb, produce yellow flowers with white edges on short stems. TThe Species Tulips are rarely planted in large masses because their main feature is their uniqueness. Species Tulips are suitable for rock gardens and small group plantings, and they prefer to be left in the ground to multiply naturally. Species tulips are the wildflowers of the tulip family, and these hardy Species tulips require less work. The leaves should not be cut back until they begin to yellow. This permits bulbs to recharge before going summer-dormant.


Violacea Species Tulip

The Tulip 'Violacea', 'Tulipa species', a fall planted bulb, produce striking violet pink flowers with blue centers on short stems. The Species Tulips are rarely planted in large masses as their main feature is their uniqueness. Species Tulips are suitable for rock gardens and small group plantings and prefer to be left in the ground to multiply naturally. Species tulips are the wildflowers of the tulip family. The leaves should not be cut back until they begin to yellow. This permits bulbs to recharge before going summer-dormant.


Ambassador Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Ambassador', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produce striking red flowers. 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. 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.


Ambassador Orange Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Ambassador Orange', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produce striking orange flowers. 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. 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.


Ambassador Yellow Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Ambassador Yellow', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produce striking yellow flowers. 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 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.


Blue Beauty Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Blue Beauty', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produce striking blue flowers. This is one of the best blue tulips available today. 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. These are mid sized tulips with compact leaves and shorter flower stems. Triumph tulips respond well to a cooling period of six weeks in the fridge prior to planting.


Cairo Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Cairo', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produce striking orange brown flowers that are reminiscent to the desert. 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. These are mid sized tulips with compact leaves and shorter flower stems. Triumph tulips respond well to a cooling period of six weeks in the fridge prior to planting.


Couleur Cardinal Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Couleur Cardinal', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produce striking red flowers. This heirloom variety is very popular due to it's intense 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 respond well to a cooling period of six weeks in the fridge prior to planting.


Don Quichotte Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Don Quichotte', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produce striking pink flowers. Don Quichotte has one of the best vibrant pink flowers and they are great when used in mass palntings. 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 respond well to a cooling period of six weeks in the fridge prior to planting.


Dreaming Maid Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Dreaming Maid', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produce gorgeous pink and white two toned flowers. 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 respond well to a cooling period of six weeks in the fridge prior to planting.


Easter Mixed Colors Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Easter Mixed Colors', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produces an excellent assortment of pastel easter colored flowers. 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. 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.


Fontaine Bleu Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Fontaine Bleu', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produce striking maroon flowers with white edges. The bright white edges on the upper petals contrast beautifully with the deep maroon color. 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 respond well to a cooling period of six weeks in the fridge prior to planting.


Francoise Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Francoise', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produce gorgeous pastel colored flowers ranging from baby yellow to ivory and white. 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 respond well to a cooling period of six weeks in the fridge prior to planting.


Gavota Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Gavota', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produce gorgeous purple, white and yellow flowers. Gavota is a very striking tulip because of it's contrasting colors (purple, white, and yellow) in the flowers. 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 respond well to a cooling period of six weeks in the fridge prior to planting.


llle de France Triumph Tulip

The Tulip 'Ille de France', 'Tulipa triumph', a fall planted bulb, produce gorgeous red flowers. 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. 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.

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This Pastel Tulip Basket of bulbs comes potted and ready to grow! Your basket contains 8 Assorted Pastel Tulips. Upon opening, you will see the beginning growth of your bulbs.
Blooms should appear approximately 3-4 weeks after delivery. Basket measures approximately 8 inches in diameter x 5 inches high. As this is natural product, no two bulbs will grow and develop at the same time.
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