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The Daydream Darwin tulip is one of the largest, strongest, and easiest tulips to grow. Watch its bright, 6” orange bloom open to reveal a contrasting, almost-black center. Sweetl...
Darwin Tulip Bulbs Tequila Sunrise Mix is bursting with color. Beautiful combinations of red, orange, pink and yellow make this a must have for a sunny garden. Planted in large qua...
This gorgeous mix brings new colors to the perennial Tulips. Large flowers up to 6" in diameter when in full bloom and their long strong stems make for beautiful cut flowers....
Famous for its bright yellow flowers blushed heavily with orange. Great Darwin perennial tulip for naturalizing. Named after a city in Holland....
The latest and best mix of Darwin Tulips. With new colors being added all the time, this mix has the best of old and new....
Golden Oxford is the most popular yellow tulip. Its large, cheery blooms with stiff stems make it hard to resist. Great for planting with the Red Oxford....
Red Oxford is America's most popular red Darwin Tulip. Sitting atop tall, sturdy stems, its classic color is emphasized by its perfect tulip shape. Make sure to plant extra of this c...
This famous perennial tulip boasts enormous pink blooms that create a knockout statement in the spring garden. They are a pink favorite around the world and make beautiful cut flower...
Parade is the pure, luscious red-orange perennial tulip. The bright flowers often measure up to 6" in diameter when in full bloom. A Holland favorite....
This double Darwin Hybrid is from Japan and boasts huge, camellia-like flowers that continuously change from yellow to red. Akebono’s blooms are also sweetly fragrant and the folia...
This pure-white Tulip adds elegance and beauty to the spring garden year after year. Hakuun is gorgeous on its own or paired with other mid-spring Tulips. Strong stems make Hakuun a ...
The Perennial Darwin Tulip Bulbs produce beautiful large 6” pyramid shaped blooms. The Darwin Tulip is known as the perennial tulip because it comes back year after year. These tulips come in all colors and patterns and are one of the tallest tulips, making it the best tulip for cut flowers. With so many styles to choose from, we promise that if you choose any of these and plant in the fall, your garden will be bursting with spring color.