All types of Dutch tulip bulbs for sale. Single and double flowers, early and late season types. Yellow, red, black, white, pink, orange, and purple varieties. Beautiful bicolor, perennial, and fragrant tulips.
The tulips on this page are divided by flower form, time of bloom and color to help you chose which bulbs you wish to plant.
Tulip Season: Early tulips flower in April, late types bloom in May. There are both singe and double early and late varieties to choose from.
Parrot Tulips bloom in May and feature very large single flowers with ruffled petals which seem to have been trimmed with pinking shears.
Lily-flowered Tulips also bloom in May and are characterized by long stems topped with single flowers consisting of slightly reflexed, pointed petals.
The double flowers of Peony Tulips closely resemble those of the perennial peony and make their presence known in May.
Double Fringed Tulip blooms are cup-shaped and look much like carnations. The petal edges are more heavily fringed than those of the Single Fringed Tulips.
Darwin, Darwin Hybrids, and Cottage Tulips display single blooms on long stems in the month of May.
Late Season Types