Tulips

Tulip bulbs are one of the easiest and most rewarding bulbs to grow. Their eye-catching bright colours and forms make them a firm favourite with gardeners year after year. Plant September to Christmas, for flowers a few months later in spring...
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Tulip Tulipa 'Triumph Red'
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Tulip 'Queen of the Night'
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Tulip 'Apricot Foxx'
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Tulip 'Triumph White'
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Tulip 'Triumph White'
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Tulip 'Triumph Mixed'
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Tulip 'Red Riding Hood'
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Tulip 'Carnaval de Nice'
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Tulip 'Flaming Flag'
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Tulip bulbs are one of the easiest and most rewarding bulbs. Their eye-catching bright colours and forms make them a firm favourite with gardeners.

We think they are best planted en masse in pots - from modern metallics to traditional terracotta - they will erupt each and every Spring into potfuls of colour. From dark and moody 'Queen of he Night'. to gorgeous pastels, and bright Parrots types, there's a tulip for every mood and style.

Growing tulips could not be easier and their bulbs are easy to plant and keep. Plant September to Christmas, for flowers a few Months later in Spring and let them die back - then watch them perform again year after year. Cut them for the house when in tight bud if you wish too!

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