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We are best known for our blends, but we also carry tulips in single colors. And if you look closely at this list, you’ll see that many of the flowers are actually small-scale blends of their own.

Please note: For most tulips, the first spring’s display is the best. Flowering in future springs is often sporadic. For a great show every year, we recommend that you treat tulips as annuals, lifting and discarding them after they bloom and replanting fresh bulbs in the fall. That said, there are some tulips that are willing to bloom well for more than one spring. You’ll find them listed on our perennial tulips page.

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We are best known for our blends, but we also carry tulips in single colors. And if you look closely at this list, you’ll see that many of the flowers are actually small-scale blends of their own.

Please note: For most tulips, the first spring’s display is the best. Flowering in future springs is often sporadic. For a great show every year, we recommend that you treat tulips as annuals, lifting and discarding them after they bloom and replanting fresh bulbs in the fall. That said, there are some tulips that are willing to bloom well for more than one spring. You’ll find them listed on our perennial tulips page.