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Sweet Treats Tulip Bulb Collection

SKU: AM018454
per Collection of 60
Now shipping to zones 2-10.
Indulge in the Sweet Treats Tulip Bulb Collection for splashes of color all spring thanks to this delightful trio of tulips. Lemon yellow petals provide a complement of fragrant lavender-pink and sun-kissed peachy blooms. These graceful beauties stand on strong stems perfect for cut flowers. Plant in masses for drifts of color in the garden or use to brighten spring containers. Collection of 60 bulbs.
key features
Botanical Name
Growing Zones
Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8
Bee Friendly, Easy To Grow, Cut Flowers, Container Planting
Light Requirements
Full Sun, Half Sun / Half Shade
Mature Height
12-26" tall
Bloom Time
Early to late spring


The Sweet Treats Tulip Bulb Collection combines early, mid-season, and late blooming tulips for delicious color throughout the season. 'Candy Prince' is first to bloom with charming lavender-pink blooms and a delightful fragrance. The flowers open early to mid-spring, overlapping the sunny yellow mid-season blooms of 'Strong Gold' Triumph Tulip, known for its excellent disease resistance. 'Dordogne' opens its large blooms late spring, displaying a shifting assortment of rose-pink, and apricot. This award-winning tulip stands atop long stems, creating a layered effect with the shorter 'Strong Gold'. With sixty bulbs in the collection, it's easy to plant up swaths of color for a powerful spring display. These tulips are hardy in zones 3 through 8 and produce the most vibrant color when planted in full sun, though plants tolerate some shade. Tulips are easy to grow, their primary demand being well-draining soil. 

Our Sweet Treats Tulip Bulb Collection is roughly 15 sq ft, and contains 60 bulbs:

25 x 'Candy Prince' Single Early Tulip
10 x 'Dordogne' Single Late Tulip
25 x 'Strong Gold' Triumph Tulip

*Plants are subject to change due to availability. If we make substitutions, we feature plants with similar attributes suitable to the collection design.