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Tulip bulbs - dwarf & species

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Acuminata

Acuminata

Ref: TB1 (3)


Known since the Ottoman Empire and unfortunately can no longer be found in the wild. It can only be described as the most spectacular species tulipa available. The needle pointed petals of red and yellow are unique. A talking point in any garden. April flowering. Ht 18in

Price: 4.00

Aucheriana

Aucheriana

Ref: TB2 (1)

- from Afghanistan and W. Iran.
Very attractive star shaped pink flowers with yellow centres and stamens with 1-2 flowers per stem. Interesting curled, almost tubular, leaves. Prefers well drained soil and a sunny position. Also good in pots. April flowering. Ht 4-5in. Consistent AGS winner.

Price: 2.00

Batalinii Apricot Jewel

Batalinii ‘Apricot Jewel’

Ref: TB72 (10)


The apricot orange flowers open to reveal a golden yellow interior.A little tulip for rock gardens. Ht 6in

Price: 3.50

Batalinii  'Bright Gem'

Batalinii 'Bright Gem'

Ref: TB65 (10)


A strikingly different selection. Deep cream tinged pink and flushed with bronze. Retains the dwarf qualities of batalinii. Pots or garden April Ht.8in

Price: 3.50

Batalinii 'Bronze Charm'

Batalinii 'Bronze Charm'

Ref: TB4 (10)


A strikingly different species hybrid selection which retains the dwarf qualities of batalinii. Deep cream with pink tinge and flushed with bronze. A very interesting combination. Pots or garden. Flowers in April. Ht 8in

Price: 3.50

Batalinii 'Red Gem'

Batalinii 'Red Gem'

Ref: TB66 (10)


A sturdy little tulips in striking vermillion red. Adds colour to any border or patio pot. A good multiplier and soon creates a noticeable clump. April

Price: 3.50

batalinii 'Salmon Gem'

batalinii 'Salmon Gem'

Ref: TB6 (10)


A lovely new member of the batalinii family . Deep salmon in colour with a paler tone to the backs of the outer petals. Ideal for patio pots or the rockery in a sunny position. Eye-catching. April flowering. Ht.7in

Price: 3.50

Biflora 'Maxima'

Biflora 'Maxima'

Ref: TB10 (5)


A quality biflora dwarf species selection. Attractive creamy white flowers with a bright yellow base. Open wide in full sunshine. A good grower and ideal for pots or in the rockery where they increase well. March early April flowering. Ht. 4in (10cm). Honey scented.

Price: 3.00

Clusiana

Clusiana

Ref: TB11 (3)

- The Lady Tulip of Southern Europe.
A classically shaped tulipa with elegant slender pointed flowers of white. The outer segements are raspberry pink and the centre is deep purple-pink. Stunning. April flowering. Ht. 8in (20cm)

Price: 3.50

Clusiana 'Cynthia'

Clusiana 'Cynthia'

Ref: TB12 (10)


A distinctive member of the clusiana family. Outer petals of carmine rose edged with creamy green. Inside feathering of red with purple blotch. A good grower in the garden or pots. Mid April flowering. Ht 8"in (20cm)

Price: 3.50

Clusiana 'Peppermint Stick'

Clusiana 'Peppermint Stick'

Ref: TB14 (10)


Another interesting member of the Clusiana Family, eye catching deep rosey red outer petals, Sparkling white inner and steel blue base. Early April Ht. 10in

Price: 3.50

Clusiana 'Sheila'

Clusiana 'Sheila'

Ref: TB15 (10)


A favourite member of the clusiana family. A cardinal red flame runs from base to top of the outer petals which have striking apricot edges. The colours deepen with maturity. Excellent in the garden or in pots. Long lasting. Mid April flowering. Ht. 8in (20cm) Has grown well for years in our garden.

Price: 3.50

Clusiana 'Tubergens Gem'

Clusiana 'Tubergens Gem'

Ref: TB18 (10)


A striking colour combination of soft red outer petals and a bright canary-yellow interior, adding a richer colour to the garden. Ht. 10in

Price: 3.50

Cretica 'Achanes'

Cretica 'Achanes'

Ref: TB64 (1)


Avery interesting Cretica Seedling from C. Breed.Has all the attributes of its parent with flowers of good substance.Good for pots, rockery or alpine house.Ht 4inch

Price: 2.00

Cretica Herakion

Cretica Herakion

Ref: TB80 (1)


Not too disimilar to Achanes. But with darker outer petals with light pink rim in centre. Ht 4in.

Price: 2.00

Eichleri  'Clare Benedict'

Eichleri 'Clare Benedict'

Ref: TB58 (5)


A stunning eichleri selection with an outstanding centre. The brilliant scarlet flowers have a dense black centre broadly rimmed in bright yellow. Eye-catching in pots or the garden border. Flowers April. Ht 8in

Price: 3.50

Ferganica

Ferganica

Ref: TB21 (3)

- Native of Central Asia.
Beautifully shaped golden yellow fluted flowers which are stained orange on the outer segments. The colours deepen as the flower matures . Wavy edged leaves. Ht.8in. A stunning flower. Rarely offered

Price: 5.00

Hageri

Hageri

Ref: TB74 (5)


The ruby red hageri can produce up to three to five lightly scented dtar shaped blooms per stem. The centre a deeper greenish black.

Price: 3.50

Hageri 'Tiny Timo'

Hageri 'Tiny Timo'

Ref: TB24 (10)


A selection from hageri 'Red Cup'. The crimson red flowers have a large pale blue centre which is edged in white. The noticable yellow stamens are tipped with purple. April flowering. Ht. 5in

Price: 4.50

Heweri

Heweri

Ref: TB25 (3)

- Native of Iraq.
A very eye-catching glowing yellow with a red flush on the outside petals. Multi headed with 2-3 flowers per stem. Greatly admired at Harrogate show. These bulbs are from the rare dwarf clone. Ht. 7in (16cm). Sells on sight.

Price: 3.50

Humilis

Humilis

Ref: TB75 (10)


Found in Syria Turkey and Iran mountains, the flowers are pink with yellow centres, well suited for rock gardens. April. Ht. 6in

Price: 4.00

humilis  'Albocoerulea Oculata'

humilis 'Albocoerulea Oculata'

Ref: TB26 (5)

- Originates from Central Iran.
Probably the most stunning member of the humilis family. The pure white flowers have a large ink blue centre. Increases well in pots or the rockery. Sweetly fragrant. April flowering. Ht. 4in (10cm)

Price: 5.00

humilis 'rosea coerulea oculata'

humilis 'rosea coerulea oculata'

Ref: TB32 (5)


This is a selection from 'albocoerulea oculata' and has an entrancing pink flush to the petals whilst retaining the stunning steel blue centre. Very good in pots or the rockery. April flowering. Ht 4in

Price: 5.00

humilis 'Eastern Star'

humilis 'Eastern Star'

Ref: TB59 (10)


Magenta rose flowers with a light flaming on the backs of the outer petals and bright yellow centres. Plant in a sunny position in pots, rockery or garden. Flowers late March. Ht.5in

Price: 3.00

humilis 'Odalisque'

humilis 'Odalisque'

Ref: TB29 (10)


Another attractive member of this dwarf growing tulipa family. Deep beetroot-purple flowers set off by a striking yellow centre. Very eye-catching in the sun. March flowering. Ht.4in (10cm)

Price: 3.00

humilis 'Pegasus'

humilis 'Pegasus'

Ref: TB30 (1)


Beautiful rose coloured flowers with a violet centre flame to the petal tips and purple stamens. Long lasting and excellent for pots or rockery. Ht. 5in Top quality. Rare and limited.

Price: 2.00

humilis 'Persian Pearl'

humilis 'Persian Pearl'

Ref: TB31 (10)


A lovely and very popular dwarf tulipa. An eye-catching rich purple with a bright yellow base. April flowering. Hardy and good for the garden border or patio pots. Ht. 4in (10cm). Stunning

Price: 3.00

humilis 'Violacea Black Base'

humilis 'Violacea Black Base'

Ref: TB33 (10)


Eye-catching deep fuchsia-pink with a black centre. Exquisite in a group planting. Early flowering, end of March, and lasts well. Good in most gardens and grows well in pots. Ht. 4in (10cm). Sells on sight.

Price: 3.00

Humilis 'Zepher'

Humilis 'Zepher'

Ref: TB79 (1)


Dwarf grown red flowers with bright red centres. Ht 4in.

Price: 2.00

Iliensis

Iliensis

Ref: TB34 (5)

- native of Kazakhstan.
Beautiful elegant lemon flowers with orange on the exterior and a hint of grey-green at base of the petals. It is greatly admired when shown. April flowering. Good in the garden, rockery or pots. Ht.6in (15cm) Distinctly different.

Price: 4.50

Ingens

Ingens

Ref: TB35 (5)

- originates from Uzbekistan.
Large beautifully shaped bright vermilion flowers with a distinct 'waist' and held on sturdy stems. Loosely cupped with a black centre. Grows well in the garden. Mid April. Ht 10in

Price: 3.50

Kolpakowskiana

Kolpakowskiana

Ref: TB36 (10)

- from Tein Shan
Bright citrus yellow flower with the outer petals stained an attractive bronzy orange. Dwarf growing with glaucous prostrate wavy leaves. Late March flowering. Ht. 6in AGM from RHS. A very good garden flower.

Price: 3.50

'Latvian Gold'

'Latvian Gold'

Ref: TB37 (3)


Purple red outer petals with a broad deep cream edge and inner petals. This is set off with a striking burnt red centre and attractive mottled leaves. A real eyecatcher in the sun. Excellent for the rockery or in pots. April flowering. Ht 6in (15cm). Limited.

Price: 3.50

Linifolia

Linifolia

Ref: TB38 (10)


One of the best dwarf species tulips for the open garden. Eye-catching scarlet flowers with a purple central blotch and yellow anthers.
A good all rounder. April flowering. Ht. 7in. AGM from RHS

Price: 3.00

Little Beauty

Little Beauty

Ref: TB39 (10)


A quality dwarf growing tulip. The outside petals are deep pink with a green base. The deep blue centre is edged with powder blue. Good for pots or rockery. March to early April flowering. Ht. 4in (10cm)
The flowers glow in the sun. AGM from RHS.

Price: 3.00

Little Princess

Little Princess

Ref: TB40 (1)


Multi headed 3-4 terrecotia orange flower with pointed abd attractive black entries with a board yellow ring. Pots or gardens. Ht. 4inch AGM

Price: 2.00

Little Wonder

Little Wonder

Ref: TB78 (1)


Dwarf tulip with round pink petals and yellow centres. Ht 8in.

Price: 2.00

Marjoletti

Marjoletti

Ref: TB43 (5)

- from the Savoy region of France.
This elegant creamy flower is edged with an attractive rosy red feathering. At maturity it can become almost white. Long lasting. May flowering. Ht. 10in. AM from RHS. Very eye-catching

Price: 3.50

Montana - yellow form

Montana - yellow form

Ref: TB44 (5)

- from North Iran
This rare bright clear yellow species has all the attributes of 'red montana' (wilsoniana) and in the wild both variants can be seen growing together. Can be grown in the garden or pots. Late flowering in late April/May. Ht. 6in.

Price: 4.50

Neustruevae

Neustruevae

Ref: TB45 (10)

- from Western Tein Shan
Has 2-3 eye-catching bright golden yellow star-like flowers per stem. The back of the petals can be marked with a violet stripe. Suitable for pots, rockery or the garden where it multiplies well when established. Ht. 5in. Honey scented

Price: 3.00

Orphandea 'Flava'

Orphandea 'Flava'

Ref: TB46 (10)

- the yellow form of the species.
The greenish yellow petals are edged and feathered with red on the outside. The inside of the petals are lemon yellow with a small bronze blotch. Easy to grow in the garden where it will naturalise and is hardy. Late April. Ht.8in

Price: 4.50

Polychroma

Polychroma

Ref: TB48 (5)

- from Caucasus mountains. T.biflora family.
Low growing pure white tulip with a large bright yellow centre. Prostrate foliage. Strong grower in garden, rockery or pots. Flowers March. Ht.4in (10cm) Very popular.

Price: 3.00

Praestans Fussilier

Praestans Fussilier

Ref: TB67 (10)


A prolific flowering dwarf tulip with 3 - 5 flaming red flowers from each bulb. An old favourite for pots or border and flowers early. Ht. 9in

Price: 3.50

Praestans Shogun

Praestans Shogun

Ref: TB68 (10)

- from Tadzhikistan.
A multi-flowering tulip which lasts for a long time. Flowers are in a sunny yellow-orange and can have 3-4 flowers per stem. Good for naturalising.

Price: 3.50

Praestans Unicum

Praestans Unicum

Ref: TB62 (10)


Beautiful multi-headed scarlet red flowers produced within outstanding variegated cream edged leaves. Excellent in pots and the garden border. Also long lasting. April flowering. Ht.8in (20cm)

Price: 3.50

Saxatilis

Saxatilis

Ref: TB69 (10)


Large pale pink flowers, 2-3 per stem with contrasting yellow centres which glisten in the sun. Increases very well in the border. Flowers from March.

Price: 3.50

Schrenkii

Schrenkii

Ref: TB49 (5)

- from the Caucasus.
Beautiful scarlet flowers with a thin orange margin to the petals. Very hardy and good in the rockery or pots. April flowering. Ht.5in (12cm). A favourite AGS flower and a show pot winner.

Price: 4.50

Stapfii

Stapfii

Ref: TB50 (1)

- from Iraq & Iran
Attractive deep crimson-red upright flowers with an incurving cup shape. The basal blotch and stamens are dark violet. A stunning combination. Broad glaucous leaves. Ht. 6-8in. Rare.

Price: 2.00

Starlight

Starlight

Ref: TB76 (1)


White flower with a golden star in the throat up to several flowers, excelent in pots and alpine house.

Price: 2.00

Sylvestris

Sylvestris

Ref: TB51 (10)

- the 'native' tulipa of the British Isles.
The lovely sweetly scented nodding flowers are a bright clear yellow. Looks best in a group planting and naturalises very well. Best in the garden and will grow in semi-shade. May flowering. Ht 16in (40cm). AGM

Price: 3.50

Tarda

Tarda

Ref: TB70 (10)

- from Central Asia. AGM
Very popular low growing species which grows into a large clump in the border. The fragrant flowers open wide to show a bright yellow star. Ht. 4in

Price: 3.50

T. Analita

T. Analita

Ref: TB82 (5)


Lovely snow white petals with red rim in centre. Striking colourful flower. Ht. 5in

Price: 3.50

Turkestanica

Turkestanica

Ref: TB71 (10)


Fragrant flowers with 4-8 per stem with creamy petals and contrasting egg yellow centre. Attractive after flowering with decorative seed pods. Ht.8in

Price: 2.00

Urumiensis

Urumiensis

Ref: TB53 (10)

- from N W Iran.
A quality small multi-headed yellow tulip. The reverse of the petals are beautifully stained a reddish-green. It is low growing and ideal for pots or the rockery. Late March, early April flowering. Ht 4in (10cm). AGM from RHS

Price: 2.50

Velvet Lily

Velvet Lily

Ref: TB54 (3)


A very exciting T.acuminata seedling. More robust than its parent and although less 'spidery' it has a distinct beauty of its own. The overall bright red petals are long and pointed. Easy to grow in the garden or pots. April flowering. Ht. 12in

Price: 2.00

Whittalli

Whittalli

Ref: TB55 (5)

- from Western coast of Turkey
An absolutely gorgeous flower. The petals are a burnt orange caramel, flushed with buff with an olive green centre. Long lasting, the colour deepens as the flower matures. A favourite tulipa of Anna Pavord. April flowering. Ht 8in (20cm) Pots or garden. AGM from RHS

Price: 2.50

Wilsoniana

Wilsoniana

Ref: TB56 (10)

- syn. T.montana
Deep red classic cup shaped flower with bright yellow stamens. Has a strong short stem which supports good sized flowers. Undulated and almost tubular leaves. May flowering. Can be grown in the garden or in pots. Ht 6in (15cm) A good buy.

Price: 2.50

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