New Bulbs

  • Tulip - Peony Mix
    A mix of all our different peony tulips.

    Great big flowers with double the number of petals, peony tulips make a strong display with fewer bulbs. Unless you are in a cooler climate, we do not recommend planting tulips in pots. Pots warm up quickly, even in winter, and the lack of cold will result in disappointingly short flower stems.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 1.16
    NZ$ 0.87
  • Tulip - Pretty Woman
    Bright red.

    Lily tulips have outwardly curved petals with pointed ends, similar to a lily. Unless you are in a cooler climate, we do not recommend planting tulips in pots. Pots warm up quickly, even in winter, and the lack of cold will result in disappointingly short flower stems.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 1.16
    NZ$ 0.87
  • Tulip - Red Princess
    Strong bright red.

    Great big flowers with double the number of petals, peony tulips make a strong display with fewer bulbs. Unless you are in a cooler climate, we do not recommend planting tulips in pots. Pots warm up quickly, even in winter, and the lack of cold will result in disappointingly short flower stems.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 1.16
    NZ$ 0.87
  • Tulip - Snowboard
    Mid spring flowering, crisp white. An excellent tall cut flower.

    The 'Single Tulip' group is a collective name for the 'standard' tulips that have the classic tulip flower shape. This group has the widest colour range and is used extensively for mass plantings. Flowering times vary from mid to late spring. Unless you are in a cooler climate, we do not recommend planting tulips in pots. Pots warm up quickly, even in winter, and the lack of cold will result in disappointingly short flower stems.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 1.16
    NZ$ 0.87
  • Tulip - Verona
    Luxurious rich cream.

    Great big flowers with double the number of petals, peony tulips make a strong display with fewer bulbs. Unless you are in a cooler climate, we do not recommend planting tulips in pots. Pots warm up quickly, even in winter, and the lack of cold will result in disappointingly short flower stems.

    Plant 10 cm deep in mid to late autumn, fertilise lightly with a balanced fertiliser in early spring.
    NZ$ 1.16
    NZ$ 0.87

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