Scented tulip collection - 60+30 Free bulbs

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Buy Scented tulip collection - 60+30 Free bulbs tulip collection: Buy 2 collections for £25 and get another collection FREE

Buy the collection of 30 scented tulip bulbs, 10 of each variety for only £14.99. Alternatively buy 2 collections for £29.98 and get another collection free. That's 90 bulbs in total, with a saving of £14.99.


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

    Most tulips are bred for their big, blowsy flowers, so flower perfume has often fallen by the wayside over the years. If however, scent is a vital ingredient in your garden, then you will love the tulips in this collection as they all have a better perfume than most:

    In each collection you will receive 10 of each of the following:

    Tulipa 'Véronique Sanson'
    Orange tulips tend to have more scented than the other colours, and this one is simply delicious with what can only be desceibed as a rose like perfume. The vibrant orange-red flowers really glow, especially when the early morning or late afternoon sun catches them. A great stem length for picking, it makes a perfect cut flower plunged straight into a vase. Grows to 40cm tall.

    Tulipa 'Peach Blossom'
    This variety is relatively short so it is suitable for growing in tubs and window boxes where the fragrance can waft in the breeze through your windows. Boasting fantastic, fully double, dark rose-pink flowers that are splodged with a creamy white at the base, this delightful, double early tulip is one of the first varieties into flower. Standing up well in wind and rain they look great planted with Muscari armeniacum (grape hyacinth). Grows to 30cm tall.

    Tulipa 'Margarita'
    The petals of this showy tulip are a rich shade of magenta, becoming paler towards the edges. They form good-sized bowl-shaped blooms, which have a discreet but sweet perfume. Plant them near a seating are or doorway, where this can be best appreciated and mix them with purple, blue and pale pinks. Double early tulips are tough and robust, so are ideal for planting in windy areas and they are also one of the best tulips for pots and window boxes. Great stems length for picking. Grows to 40cm tall.

    Buy the collection of 30 scented tulip bulbs, 10 of each variety above for only £14.99. Alternatively buy 2 collections for £29.98 and get another collection free. That's 90 bulbs in total, with a saving of £14.99.

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