Pretty in Pink tulip bulbs are planted in the fall, around the time that garlic is planted. The following spring, they produce a spectacular show of solid pink, and white streaked with pink, flowers. They make outstanding cut flowers, and they’re hardy to Zone 3, so they’re very versatile. Tulips can be lifted and moved after blooming in the spring, or they can be left on their own, where they will reappear each spring in gradually higher numbers of stems. They will thrive in full sun to partial shade. Our flower bulbs for fall planting ship in September through fall while supplies last.
Twelve bulbs per box.