Rembrandt-style tulip collection - 100+50 Free bulbs

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Buy Rembrandt-style tulip collection - 100+50 Free bulbs tulip collection: Buy 2 collections for £39.90 and get another collection FREE

    Buy one collection of Rembrandt-style tulips, and you will receive 50 bulbs (10 of each of the varieties listed below) for only £22.99 Alternatively, buy 2 collections for £45.98 and get another 50 FREE (10 of each free) - that's 150 bulbs (30 of each variety) for only £45.98

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    In this collection you will receive the following bulbs.

    Tulipa 'Prinses Irene' (Top middle of image)
    Named after a Dutch Princess, this variety was first introduced in 1949. It has pale orange petals that are flushed with purple and are sweetly scented. Their short, sturdy stems make them ideal for growing in windy or exposed positions and they rarely get flattened by heavy spring downpours. Grows to 30cm tall. Supplied as 10 bulbs.

    Tulipa 'Happy Generation' (Top right of image)
    This variety of tulip boasts huge white flowers that have red flames running up the middle of each petal, and hints of yellow at their base. Coupled with the white edged green, variegated foliage, this is a really showy triumph tulip, which looks great in bold swathes in the border. Grows to 45cm tall. Supplied as 10 bulbs.

    Tulipa 'Estella Rijnveld' (Top left of image)
    Spectacular, cup-shaped flowers with irregularly cut, wavy, white-flamed red petals in May and strap-like, grey-green leaves. These eye-catching, bi-coloured parrot tulips make excellent cut-flowers. Since the stems often need support they're best planted close together in a sunny, sheltered, well-drained border. Grows to 50cm tall. Supplied as 10 bulbs.

    Tulipa 'Washington' (Bottom right of image)
    The colouring of these impressive tulips will ensure a very showy display in your borders in spring. Either plant them en-masse, or mingle them with solid shades of red or yellow. Plant more than you need though as they are great for cutting. Grows to 50cm tall. Supplied as 10 bulbs.

    Tulipa 'Grand Perfection' (bottom left of image)
    When the flowers first emerge from bud they are a feathery mix of rich red and pale butter yellow. As they mature, the yellow fades and turns creamy white. This is a cracking tulip - its stems are strong and the flowers are a generous size. The colouring is amazing too! Grows to 45cm tall. Supplied as 10 bulbs.

  • Garden care: From August to November plant the bulbs 10-15cm deep and 10-15cm apart in a sunny spot with fertile, well-drained soil. While actively growing, keep them moderately well watered and remove the flowers after they have faded. At that stage a balanced liquid fertiliser can be applied each week for 4 weeks before they die down.


    Buy one collection of Rembrandt tulips, and you will receive 10 of each of the varieties listed above for only £22.99 Alternatively, buy 2 collections for £45.98 and get another 10 of each free - that's 150 bulbs (30 of each variety) for only £45.98

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