Tulipa 'Antoinette' (PBR)

single late tulip bulbs

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Buy Tulipa 'Antoinette' (PBR) single late tulip bulbs: The colour changing chameleon tulip

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: April to May
  • Hardiness: fully hardy
  • Bulb size: 10/11

    The flowers of this unique tulip will change colour (quite dramatically) as they age. Initially glowing golden yellow, you will start to see hints of blush pink towards the petals edges before they turn a richer shade of salmon pink. When grown in a large cluster, it would not be unusual to have flowers in varying degrees of transformation, so the overall effect is a soft and fuzzy raspberry cream. Delicious!

  • Garden care: In September to December plant bulbs 15-20cm deep and 10-15cm apart in fertile, well-drained soil. Alternatively, allow 7-9 bulbs per 30cm sq. After flowering dead-head and apply a balanced liquid fertiliser each week for the first month. Once the foliage has died down naturally lift the bulbs and store in a cool greenhouse.

  • Harmful if eaten/may cause skin allergy
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Looking forward to spring.


Planted in autumn in good compost in pot outside conservatory door.Flowered in spring..Gave untold pleasure pleasure for several weeks while it change colour.Watched avidly by my husband who is virtually blind. I will certainly be repeating this year.

lady aspidestra



Long season of interest


We used these tulips in containers at the front of a Manor House, and in the walled garden. They were amazing, starting out yellow and each tulip changed colour at a slightly different rate which provided much interest even though it was just one kind. Everyone was impressed with the colour change!




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We have a gravelled garden so everything is in pots the bulbs have come up strongly and are in bud look very good


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