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Single Late Tulip Antoinette change color as they bloom. These begin lemon yellow, then pink begins to flush the outer edges of the petals. As the flowers open they appear more sal...
Single Late Tulip Flaming Club produces five or more flowers per stem. Shades of fuschia, berry red and white paint each petal differently making each bloom unique. Every bulb you p...
Multiple flowering tulips (also called multi-headed tulips) feature many blooms per stem, making them a unique addition to the spring garden. While tulips traditionally produce one flower per stalk, these overachievers send up four stems per plant, at minimum. Perfect for those who enjoy tulips as cut flowers, as well as for small-space gardeners looking to maximize the amount of color in their flower beds.