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Tulip bulbs

Tulips are the queens of the spring garden. These traditional favourites come in all manner of colours and shapes, from purest white to near-black; doubles, singles, there’s even one that looks like an ice cream - the choice is endless!

If you can’t decide which tulips to choose, why not go for one of our specially-selected mixes? Tulip ’Paradise’ includes a range of flower shapes including intricate fringed tulips and delicate lily-flowered varieties. Spalding Plant and Bulb Company has great expertise in bulb care and we are proud to offer the finest quality tulips from Holland. Order your bulbs online today.

Order your bulbs now and we will deliver them from 31st August onwards.

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Tulip 'Red Riding Hood'
50% off second pack

from £ 6.95

Rembrandt Tulips Mixed
40% off second pack

from £ 8.75

Tulip 'Angélique'
50% off second pack

from £ 6.95

Parrot Tulips - Special Colourful Mixture
30% off second pack

from £ 9.85

Multi-Flowered Pink Tulips
40% off second pack

from £ 7.50

Double Early Tulips Mixed
40% off second pack

from £ 8.75

Darwin Hybrid Tulips Mixed
50% off second pack

from £ 7.85

Tulip 'Innuendo'
30% off second pack

from £ 7.85

Tulip 'Paul Scherer'

from £ 7.95

Tulips 'Van Gogh’ Mix
40% off second pack

from £ 8.50

Tulip  'Exquisit’
50% off second pack

from £ 8.95

Tulips 'Regenboog' Mix
70% off second pack

from £ 6.99

 Tulips 'Paradise' - Mixed
50% off second pack

from £ 7.99

How to grow tulips

Plant tulip bulbs deeply with the pointed end facing upwards- around three times their own depth. So if a bulb is 2 inches (5cm) end to end, plant it 6 inches (15cm) deep. Tulips can be planted from the early autumn to early winter. They appreciate a sunny spot in well-drained soil: if you garden on heavy clay consider adding extra compost or grit when planting bulbs.

Using tulips in the garden

Tulips look great with traditional spring bedding flowers such as forget-me-nots and wallflowers. For impact, always plant in groups of at least six. Smaller varieties such as ’Red Riding Hood’ look great in pots and rockeries. If you grow tulips in a spring bedding scheme, don’t forget, you can lift them and store them in a shed or garage for next year, and make space in the garden for summer flowers.

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