Tulip Double Late Angelique
- Scientific Name:
- Common Name:
- Double Late
- Plant Type:
- Sun to Part Shade
- Hardiness Zones:
- 3 through 8 Find Your Zone
- Suitable Zones:
- 3 through 8
- When to Plant:
- Bloom Time:
- Late Spring
- Planting Depth:
- Plant 6" deep
- Space 5" apart
- Grows 16" tall
- 10 bulbs
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This tulip is not as tall as many other tulips in my garden, but its solid and beautiful. It started very white and then flower by flower grew splotches and blushes of classic pink. It doesn’t turn completely pink but gets more and more color over time. I’d say at least in my garden, it acts as a true “double” (not the hugely massive peony blooms). I will happily grow this again and again, as a beautiful, fairly available, and value bulb.
They were so pretty, a lovely shade of pink, fluffy looking smelled heavenly and lasted 10 days while blooming in a pot
Tulip Angelique is a mid-spring bloomer so i waited impatiently for the buds to open. the tulip reminds me of a peony. They are unusual and gorgeous. I put 40 bulbs in our front yard. each bulb produced two to four flower heads which I've never seen a tulip do. So I have about 120 beautiful, mid-sized, multi-petaled wonders for cuttings and to share with others. I will purchase more in the fall.
Flowers started out white and slowly turned pink. Very lovely.
My Tulip Angeliques literally stopped folks walking by who were getting a breath of fresh air during the Covid lockdown. Their double soft petals unfolded toward the sky. Under grey clouds, these tulips seem to actually glow with shades of pink, white, and a touch of yellow. In the sunlight, they were translucent. Who would have known when I planted them in the fall how uplifting their gorgeousness would be to so many of us this terribly hard spring?
Absolutely stunning tulips with prolific blooms and even a tough performer through an unexpected Mother's Day snow and hail storm. I will be adding more of these beauties in my gardens for sure! They are stunning in a mass.
These are the most beautiful tulips I've ever planted! Large pink blooms that last for weeks! Definitely a show stopper!
Longfield bulbs are excellent quality and reasonably priced. Angelique tulips are my favorite to entice (AKA "force" ) indoors for winter pleasure. I love their fragrant peony like flowers. And then in the fall, I plant them directly in my garden for ongoing beauty.
I bought over 700 bulbs in the fall. Tulip Angelique was a favorite. It looks like an antique rose and is long-lasting. I've ordered more for next fall's planting.