Tulip Double Late Negrita Double

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This new, late-blooming tulip is a double version of the ever-popular variety Negrita. Its rich, saturated color is a blend of raspberry and blackberry with flashes of green on the outer petals. The blossoms are broad and full on sturdy, 15" stems. Lightly fragrant, too.

  • Late Blooming
  • Dramatic Color
  • Excellent Cut Flower
10 bulbs
$10.75
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Tulip Double Late Negrita Double

Item#:
10000482
Genus:
Tulip
Scientific Name:
Tulipa
Common Name:
Tulip
Class:
Double Late
Variety:
Negrita Double
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 16-18" tall
Count:
10 bulbs

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  • 5
    Outstanding late threesome even in CA zone 9

    Posted by Carolyn Germain on Jun 23rd 2022

    Add Angelique and Queen of the Night for a fabulous triple luscious look. Blooming all at the same time. The doubles are slightly lower than Queen of the Night making for a striking mass planting.

  • 5
    Negrita double

    Posted by Melia M Woelmer on May 13th 2022

    These are spectacular when they're in full bloom!

  • 5
    These tulips were a ...

    Posted by Diana on Jun 17th 2020

    These tulips were a beautiful shade of purple that offered the perfect complement to a patch of Orange Impressions. They bloomed for at least two weeks and did well in a vase.

  • 5
    Color is pretty clos...

    Posted by Gavrilovic D. on Jun 17th 2020

    Color is pretty close to dark purple And they last long

  • 5
    What a beautiful col...

    Posted by Cathy S. on Jun 17th 2020

    What a beautiful color. When the sunlight showed on it it looked like it was 2 toned color with glowing red!