Club synaeda tulip collection

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Buy Club synaeda tulip collection tulip collection:

Buy a collection of 30 tulips for £22.99, or buy 2 collections (60 bulbs) for £45.98 and get another collection of 30 bulbs FREE - that's 90 bulbs for only £45.98


  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Flowering period: March to May
  • Hardiness: fully hardy



    In each collection you will receive the following:

    10 x Tulipa 'Night Club'
    Stout stems that can carry up to six flowers each, rise above the strappy green foliage in late spring. Their rich violet-pink colouring means they can be teamed with softer pinks and lavenders - and being multi-headed, they will create a real impact in the borders.Grows to 50cm tall.

    10 x Tulipa 'Candy Club'
    Usually producing several flowers on each stem, this late-flowering tulip offers great value for money. Also, the blooms chanage colour as they mature (initially being creamy white with a fine pink flush, but then turning rich pink), so you will often have a blend of differently coloured flowers on the stems at the same time. Grows to 50cm tall.

    10 x Tulipa 'Synaeda Blue'
    A recent introduction that claims to be the bluest tulip yet. It is not however a true blue, but a sort of pinky-purple with lavender tones - and it has a generous outline of white. The petals gently curve inwards and create a slightly tapered bowl, which looks particularly good planted next to pure white tulips.Grows to 40cm tall.

    Buy the collection of 30 tulip bulbs for only £22.99. Alternatively buy 2 collections for £45.98 and get another collection free. That's 90 bulbs in total, with a saving of £22.99.

  • Harmful if eaten/may cause skin allergy
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