Tulip Single Late Queen of Night

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Close out the tulip season with a dramatic planting that features this dark and sultry beauty. On the outside, Queen of Night's petals are deep maroon with a dusky blue sheen. Inside, they're warm, wine red. Introduced in the 1940s, this variety is consistently one of the world's most popular tulips.

  • Striking in Sun or Shade
  • Long Lasting Blooms
  • Excellent Cut Flower
20 bulbs
$17.00
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Tulip Single Late Queen of Night

Item#:
11800053
Genus:
Tulip
Scientific Name:
Tulipa
Common Name:
Tulip
Class:
Single Late
Variety:
Queen of Night
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 24" tall
Count:
20 bulbs

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  • 5
    I purchased over 100...

    Posted by Mary Beth F. on Jun 25th 2019

    I purchased over 100 tulips for a wedding at my house on May 4. I knew it would be a risk to have them bloom at the right time. The tulips were so anxious to show me how beautiful they were, that they bloomed well before the wedding. I and all my neighbors have enjoyed them the tulip parade! I lined them up along my garage door and it was a stunning display.

  • 5
    Stunning!

    Posted by Heidi on May 2nd 2019

    These beautiful dark tulips look like velvet in the sun! A wonderful contrast with pink or white tulips! A must have!

  • 5
    Queen of the Night ....

    Posted by Richard K. on Jun 14th 2017

    Queen of the Night . This color adds such dimension and truly enhances the other colors planted with it, makes them 'pop', if you will. They bloomed for nearly a month and signal a true joy of spring.