As soon as summer hits, Zinnias start to open up and show off their bright, bold colors. And with them comes a steady stream of butterflies: swallowtails, monarchs, painted ladies, and much more. Zinnias are one of the easiest annual wildflowers to grow from seed and one of our favorite plants for a… Read More →
Cheerful, colorful flowers welcome the arrival of spring
No other flower rewards the gardener more lavishly for just putting a bulb into the ground! From jewel-toned miniatures to the dazzle of huge lush doubles, Tulips are available in a vast range of choices for creating stylish beds and borders. Solids, striped, fringes and ruffles - there's a Tulip for every taste! Plant Tulips in fall, and next spring, watch your neighbors turn green with envy.
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. Darwin tulips are cherished as some of the tallest, most brilliantly-colored and classically-shaped tulips available. Learn More →
Double Late Tulip Pink Star has full peony-like flowers in shades of magenta and pink with accents of apricot. Plant Pink Star in large groups for a head turning display that will provide many cut flowers for bouquets. (Tulipa) Learn More →
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. Sweetly fragrant, it makes a great cut flower for arrangements. Expect blooms in mid spring. (Tulipa) Learn More →
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 great choice for wind-prone spots. Learn More →
This perennial tulip mixture has been a customer favorite for years, thanks to its large, vibrant blooms in a rainbow of colors. It creates an incredible show in any garden that will last for many years to come. Learn More →
These beautiful, jewel-toned wild or 'species' tulips belong in every spring garden. Staying closed on cool, cloudy days, their flowers open joyously when kissed by the sun. Dependably perennial, these beauties will continue to spread and can tough it out through unpredictable spring weather. Wildflower tulips are also deer resistant. Learn More →
For dark drama in the garden, you can't beat this almost-black tulip, with blooms in shades of deep velvety purple. Tall, strong and reliable, Queen of the Night partners well with light pinks, bold oranges and creamy whites. Learn More →
Magic Lavender’s name says it all – Its stunning, lavender-purple blooms create a magical statement in the garden or cut for bouquets. Try pairing with a pure white variety for a lovely, contrasting look. Learn More →
Luscious, light pink flowers with a stunning butter yellow center make these the little treasures of your spring garden. Allow Lilac Wonder to naturalize and you'll have a front row seat to a cheerful spring show every year. Dependably perennial and deer resistant. (Tulipa bakeri) Learn More →
Getting its name from large, Peony-like blooms, this gorgeous double Tulip adds dramatic color to the late spring garden with deep purple blooms. Bonus: Purple Peony’s blooms are also sweetly fragrant! Learn More →
Double Late Tulip Foxtrot has petals with a soft white line in the center that turns blush pink with rose pink edges. The edges are slightly ruffled making the tulip look full and lush similar to a peony. Plant in a border, or on a sunny patio in pots. Makes an excellent cut flower for bouquets. (Tulipa) Learn More →
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 classic beauty for gorgeous spring bouquets! Learn More →
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 quantities creates a stunning vision, or place in containers on your patio for an added infusion of color. With all the different variations in this mix it makes excellent cut flowers for bouquets. Easy to Grow. (Tulipa) Learn More →
One of America's most popular tulips with luscious, soft salmon rose flowers tinged with light-apricot edges. Apricot Beauty's understated elegance is enhanced by its delicate, pale-green base. Beautiful in the vase and ideal for forcing, this tulip carries a sweet scent.
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The Flaming Parrot tulip is big, beautiful and bold. This parrot tulip is unique with a variegated yellow and red pattern gracing its ruffled, textured petals. Plant these beauties in large clusters for a showy display in late spring. Enjoy Flaming Parrot tulips inside or out, as they make a great cut flower with a large, lasting bloom atop 18” stems. (Tulipa) Learn More →
Jimmy is one of the brightest and most beautiful tulips around, with fluorescent-pink blooms that take on a shimmering gold-orange edge. The colorful show is even more spectacular when this Triumph tulip opens up and reveals its gorgeous yellow eye and contrasting black anthers. Learn More →
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 foliage is a brilliant green color. Learn More →
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