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Heirloom Tulip Variety Pack - Ships in September
Your Price $9.95
Your Price $9.95
An old heirloom from 1857, this easy-growing American native has up to 3"-wide globes comprised of sparkling, starry white flowers with jewel-like, pale lavender stamens and very pale pink midveins. Plant it in substantive clusters for the best effect. Blooms around May-June and grows 12" to 16" tall. Best in Zones 4-8. Looking to add beautiful, vibrant colors to your home landscaping? Tulips are easy to grow. Because of their striking colors and beauty, they have been a household favorite for years. We put together a variety pack of 5 heirloom tulips that will guarantee to brighten not only your home but your spirits come Spring!

Receive 2 bulbs each! The five varieties are:

1. Tulip Blue Amiable - The bluest of the blue tulips, this unusual variety is a departure from the norm. Long, sturdy stems allow its use as a cut-flower or as a highly effective landscape subject. These easy-going tulips reward a little care and attention with a stunning show of color every spring.

2. Tulip Estella Rijnveld - This striking tulip "Estella Rijnveld" epitomises the exotic, colorful markings that characterize the blooms of parrot tulips. Flares of red shot through with white create a striking contrast on the frilly petals. When touched by the sun, they open fully – a truly spectacular sight.

3. Tulip Princess Irene - Petals marked with contrasting shades of warm burgundy and orange make for a show-stopping display. If you’re looking to make an impression, the early spring flowering tulip Princess Irene will add a unique touch when used in the landscape or as a cut flower of distinction. As this tulip has short, sturdy stems, it is the perfect size for a container and it also makes a good bedding plant.

4. Tulip West Point - The unusual, lily-like blooms of this hybrid have pointed petals that will make anyone do a double-take. ‘Is that really a tulip?’ Yes, it is, and the rich, golden blooms will enliven any garden border or cut-flower arrangement with a touch of sunshine. If treated correctly they will flower year on year.

5. Tulip White Triumphator - A triumph in elegant snow-white, this superb tulip "White Triumphator" with its pointed petals is bound to astound. Its petals open in the sunshine and at night, the classic tulip form displays equally well.


Ships Mid-September!
This intense, fiery-red award-winner has a narrow mustard-yellow base and is an essential component for showy, early Spring displays. Tulip Class: Emperor. Blooms Mid-April and grows 16" to 18" tall. Best in Zones 3-8.

Ships September

A 16th century heirloom, The Florentine Tulip or The Woodland Tulip, was popularized by Thomas Jefferson in his garden at Monticello. Sweetly fragrant, its elliptical, bright yellow flowers open with distinctive green exterior petals that pale to chartreuse as it matures. Often a good perennial, it stages a wild and wonderful garden dance. It is coveted in natural swaths in woodland borders, wild flower meadows and proper garden beds. Blooms in April and will grow 8” to 12” tall. Best grown in Zones 5-8.

Ships in September

The bluest of the blue tulips, this unusual variety is a departure from the norm. Long, sturdy stems allow its use as a cut-flower or as a highly effective landscape subject. These easy-going tulips reward a little care and attention with a stunning show of color every spring. Blooms Mid to Late Spring. Grows 18-26" tall.
Petals marked with contrasting shades of warm burgundy and orange make for a show-stopping display. If you’re looking to make an impression, the early spring flowering tulip Princess Irene will add a unique touch when used in the landscape or as a cut flower of distinction. As this tulip has short, sturdy stems, it is the perfect size for a container and it also makes a good bedding plant. Blooms Mid to Late Spring and grows 12-16" inches tall.

Ships in September
A triumph in elegant snow-white, this superb tulip "White Triumphator" with its pointed petals is bound to astound. Its petals open in the sunshine and at night, the classic tulip form displays equally well. Blooms Mid to Late Spring and grows 16-24" tall.

Ships in October
The unusual, lily-like blooms of this hybrid have pointed petals that will make anyone do a double-take. ‘Is that really a tulip?’ Yes, it is, and the rich, golden blooms will enliven any garden border or cut-flower arrangement with a touch of sunshine. If treated correctly they will flower year on year. Blooms Mid to Late Spring and grows 16-24" tall.

Ships in September
Circa 1873, this Mediterranean heirloom has delicate, yet substantive, 2"-wide umbels of 20 to 30 pendant greenish-white florets, flushed purple and edged in white. Each umbrella-like umbel emerges from a papery sheath after which the little nodding buds spread, growing on wiry 4" stems. As the buds elevate, the flowers open to reveal interior green eyes and pink to deep plum striations. Its strappy, ground-level foliage usually browns out prior to flowering. Plant in full sun to partial shade. Blooms May-June and grows 32" to 36" tall.  Best in Zones 6-10.
An old heirloom from 1934, this ethereal beauty opens shimmering violet and matures to darker violet-rose with glistening white edges. It is an heirloom Tulip with magic, vitality and grace. Tulip Class: Triumph. Blooms in April/May and grows 20" tall. Best grown in Zones 3-7.

Ships in October
This striking tulip "Estella Rijnveld" epitomises the exotic, colorful markings that characterize the blooms of parrot tulips. Flares of red shot through with white create a striking contrast on the frilly petals. When touched by the sun, they open fully – a truly spectacular sight. Blooms Mid to Late Spring and grows 16-20" tall.  Best in Zones 3-9. Circa 1894, this allium has loosely compacted, dark violet globes that grow to 4" wide. Its 50+, starry florets have darker midveins and white stamens. Blooms Late May and grows 36" tall. Best in Zones 5-9.