Tulip Species Collection

Tulip Species Collection – these little beauties will look fantastic wherever you decide to plant them! They are perfect for your rockery, beds, borders and even in your pots and containers. This collection is made up of 80 bulbs, from four carefully chosen varieties.

20 Tulip bakeri Lilac Wonder, 20 Tulip Honky Tonk, 20 Tulip batalinii Bronze Charm and 20 Tulip Little Beauty.

* Varieties supplied are subject to availability. Most suitable alternative may be used.

£25.20 (inc. VAT)

Each Collection

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Specifications:

  • Colour: Lilac, Mixture of colours, Orange, Pink, Yellow
  • Height: 15cm
  • Perennial

Good For:

  • Beds and borders
  • Bees
  • Lawns and verges
  • Pots and containers
  • Woodland

How to grow:

  • Hardiness: Hardy
  • Soil Type: Moist
  • Position: Full sun, Semi-shade

More Information

Tulip Species Collection – these little beauties will look fantastic wherever you decide to plant them! They are perfect for your rockery, beds, borders and even in your pots and containers. This collection is made up of 80 bulbs, from four carefully chosen varieties.

20 Tulip bakeri Lilac Wonder
20 Tulip Honky Tonk
20 Tulip batalinii Bronze Charm
20 Tulip Little Beauty

* Varieties supplied are subject to availability. Most suitable alternative may be used.

What are Species Tulips?

Species tulips are spring bulbs that can be left in the ground to return year on year and will naturalise if left undisturbed. They are shorter, smaller and look delicate, but most Species Tulips originate from mountainous regions and are very hardy.

How to grow Species Tulips

Plant Species Tulip bulbs in Autumn between October and December in well draining soil. They will grow in with full sun or semi shade. To get the full effect of these small bulbs we would recommend planting in a sunny position. The flowers open up and catch the sun making a bright addition to the garden.

After they have finished flowering, leave the foliage in place to die back before removing, so that nutrients can feed back into the bulb to be stored for flowering next spring. Species Tulips can be left in the ground as reliable perennials.

If you would like your Species tulips to naturalize, don’t deadhead them, allow them to go to seed.

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