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Tulips

Big and bold or diminutive and demure, there is a tulip for every taste and every situation. While tulips in solid colors are beautiful, we suggest exploring our highly regarded blends. They take tulips to a whole new level.

When planning your spring display, don’t spread the bulbs too thin. Tulips in particular need to be planted thickly to be effective; a single line of tulips standing a foot apart can look sparse. Think instead in terms of dense blocks, thick clusters and deep ribbons. Whether you’re planting 25 bulbs or 2500, you will increase the wattage of your spring display if you space the bulbs closely, just a few inches apart.

Big and bold or diminutive and demure, there is a tulip for every taste and every situation. While tulips in solid colors are beautiful, we suggest exploring our highly regarded blends. They take tulips to a whole new level.

When planning your spring display, don’t spread the bulbs too thin. Tulips in particular need to be planted thickly to be effective; a single line of tulips standing a foot apart can look sparse. Think instead in terms of dense blocks, thick clusters and deep ribbons. Whether you’re planting 25 bulbs or 2500, you will increase the wattage of your spring display if you space the bulbs closely, just a few inches apart.