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Rembrandt Tulip from $4.99 $19.99
Sold Out - Rembrandt Tulips belong to the single late family tulips (Cottage and Darwin families). They are absolutely stunning and have mesmerized people for centuries. Today’s Rembrandt tulips are helathy and hardy.  They were developed to resembled tulips that were diseased. The disease is what distorted the colorings. Thankfully generations of passionate tulip growers were able to recreate this look. Our bulbs are close to 5” in circumference ( 12+ cm) which makes them some of the biggest you can purchase and are sourced from Holland. USDA Zones 3 – 6 (they can be planted in warm climates if given a chill period) Late-season flowering (May) Bloom Duration: 3 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Great for Naturalizing or Mass Planting 22” tall Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun, 6” inches deep with the tip pointing up. Space each bulb 4-6” apart. They will tolerate some shade. Tulips have everything they need to get started, but you can place a teaspoon of bone meal in the soil before planting and use a low nitrogen fertilizer when the first leaves appear in Spring. Our bulbs will ship to you in mid September to mid October. They are from the 2020 crop.
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'Big Smile' Tulip Bulbs (Single Late Tulip) from $6.99
Big Smile is a wonderful brillant yellow tulip that belongs to the family of Single Late Tulips or French tulips. These tulips are often used in mass displays. It holds up well to all types of weather. Weather you plant a handful or a few dozen, every bloom will delight you.  Our bulbs are close to 5” in circumference ( 12+ cm) which makes them some of the biggest you can purchase and are sourced from Holland. USDA Zones 3 – 6 (they can be planted in warm climates if given a chill period) Late-season flowering (May) Bloom Duration: 3 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Great for Naturalizing or Mass Planting 24” tall Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun, 6” inches deep with the tip pointing up. Space each bulb 4-6” apart. They will tolerate some shade. Tulips have everything they need to get started, but you can place a teaspoon of bone meal in the soil before planting and use a low nitrogen fertilizer when the first leaves appear in Spring. Our bulbs will ship to you in mid September to mid October. They are from the 2020 crop.
Queen of Night Tulip 1936 Heirloom Bulbs (Single Late Tulip) from $4.99
Sold Out - Queen of Night belongs to the family of Single Late Tulips. This cultivar was introduced in 1936. The standout blooms contrast with may spring blooms.  Scatter among late season white tulips for a dramatic effect. Our bulbs are close to 5” in circumference ( 12+ cm) which makes them some of the biggest you can purchase and are sourced from Holland. USDA Zones 3 – 6 (they can be planted in warm climates if given a chill period) Late-season flowering (May) Bloom Duration: 3 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Great for Naturalizing or Mass Planting Historical Significance, introduced in 1936 24” tall Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun, 6” inches deep with the tip pointing up. Space each bulb 4-6” apart. They will tolerate some shade. Tulips have everything they need to get started, but you can place a teaspoon of bone meal in the soil before planting and use a low nitrogen fertilizer when the first leaves appear in Spring. Our bulbs will ship to you in mid September to mid October. They are from the 2020 crop.
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Menton Tulip Bulbs (Single Late Tulip) from $6.99
Menton belongs to the family of Single Late Tulips or French Tulips . It is a beautiful tulip that is often used in mass displays. It holds up well to all types of weather. Weather you plant a handful or a few dozen, every bloom will delight you.  Our bulbs are close to 5” in circumference ( 12+ cm) which makes them some of the biggest you can purchase and are sourced from Holland. USDA Zones 3 – 6 (they can be planted in warm climates if given a chill period) Late-season flowering (May) Bloom Duration: 3 weeks Cold Hardy Full Sun Additional Information Great for Naturalizing or Mass Planting 24” tall Key Planting Tips Plant in full sun, 6” inches deep with the tip pointing up. Space each bulb 4-6” apart. They will tolerate some shade. Tulips have everything they need to get started, but you can place a teaspoon of bone meal in the soil before planting and use a low nitrogen fertilizer when the first leaves appear in Spring. Our bulbs will ship to you in mid September to mid October. They are from the 2020 crop.
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