Tulip Double Late Parade of Pink Mix

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Enhance your spring garden with the jewel-like colors and delightful fragrance of these double late tulips. Our exclusive mix is a ravishing blend of four varieties that will flower at the same time, putting on a color-coordinated show in your garden or in a vase.

  • Extends the Tulip Season
  • Excellent Cut Flowers
  • Fragrant
20 bulbs
$18.25
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Tulip Double Late Parade of Pink Mix

Item#:
11000080
Genus:
Tulip
Scientific Name:
Tulipa
Common Name:
Tulip
Class:
Double Late
Variety:
Parade of Pink Mix
Plant Type:
Bulb
Origin:
Holland
Light:
Sun to Part Shade
Size/Grade:
12+cm
Hardiness Zones:
3 through 8 Find Your Zone
Suitable Zones:
3 through 8
Ships:
Fall
When to Plant:
Fall
Bloom Time:
Late Spring
Planting Depth:
Plant 6" deep
Spacing:
Space 5" apart
Height:
Grows 14-16" tall
Count:
20 bulbs

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  • 5
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    Posted by Ashley on May 14th 2022

    I’ve planted the Parade of Pink mix two seasons in a row and will be coming back this fall for more! The deep burgundy tulip is jaw droppingly beautiful and gives a deep velvety ruby slipper vibe. Especially when it comes up in the same cluster as the creamy white or pink pairing. So much bang for your buck with these and the wow factor is unbeatable. My neighbors wait for my tulips every spring and these beauties never disappoint!

  • 3
    Flowers don't totally align with description

    Posted by Erin on Apr 16th 2022

    The bulbs bloomed but I am a little disappointed in this mix -- the whites, pinks and purples are as pictured, but the fourth color I received in the mix turned out to be very red. I was going for a particular palette that did not include red, so they created a disruption to the look of the garden. I decided to cut the red ones and put them in a vase inside, but would much rather have the right colors blooming in my garden!