Here is a selection of our most popular late-flowering double tulips. A perennial favorite, these spectacular blooms are also known as peony tulips due to their large number of petals. Sporting vivid colors atop tall stems, these beauties offer a long-lasting accent. When fully open, some blooms reach an impressive 4" across.
LONG STEMMED MIX
(Darwin Hybrid Tulips) A mix in a variety of reds, pinks, yellows and bicolors.
QUEEN OF NIGHT
The Queen of Night Black Tulip is a stunning, deep purple-black tulip. This tulip's late May flowering is worth the wait. The Queen of Night's dark hue perfectly complements the more typical bright color tulips in the spring season.
These three beauties bloom at the same time and the double flowers. Besides all their beauty they also all have a very nice fragrance. It's like the perfect wedding gift!
Tulip Philly Belle was a gift from the Dutch embassy to the city of Philadelphia. It is a gift from the Netherlands, showing an appreciation for the Philadelphia Flower Show where the 2017 theme was: "Holland: Flowering the World". Tulip Philly Belle is a striking red fringed tulip
Large, vibrant flowers and long, sturdy stems make these some of the best tulips for landscaping. Sports of Darwin Hybrid Tulip Ollioules, Apricot Pride Tulips have orange-pink, 5" flowers that are held on 22" tall,
Flowers are up to 8" and each one is unique. Some are pink and creamy white with green accents. Some have more pink tones. Some have more creamy white. Some even have hints of light purple. The flowers' colors change during flowering—and the weather has an effect, with warm weather bringing out more pink tones.
The Clearwater Tulip has large, 6" snow-white blooms. It is the best white tulip variety and makes an excellent cut flower.
Like a vivid kaleidoscope, this heavily feathered, award-winning parrot tulip boasts a bright orange-apricot coat accented with shades of bright pink and vivid green. Yet despite its flashy facade, Apricot Parrot is a sweetly romantic tulip cultivar with soft, supple petals and a delicate, light perfume.
Also known as a coronet type, this curvaceous tulip is unlike most others on the market today. Its pleasing flower form resembles a crown and the color is a rich merlot shade that is totally unique. Plus, Red Dress is a very long blooming variety, beginning in mid spring and flowering until quite late in the season.
DOUBLE PEONY TULIP PALMYRA
This lavish double tulip boasts layers of velvety, deep purple-red petals—and plenty of them! The blooms emerge in May and reach and impressive 5½" across
With a unique coloration, lush flower form and exceptional garden performance in its repertoire, this double flowered beauty can't help but be a showoff. Blue Spectacle flaunts layer upon layer of supple petals in an uncommon violet-blue hue. Its shape and shade will remind you of a gorgeous garden peony