I love the calm colour and beauty of this tulip, washed with silver on the outside, apricot within – one of my new found favourites, which also flowers well in shade.
With the colours of a sunset, Tulip 'Prinses Irene' is a strong grower that looks great in pots with elegant blue-green silver leaves.
A double tulip, but the outer petals are more like green sepals than fully blown petals and it looks good from the moment the buds begin to develop until it is almost dropping – so for at least six weeks.
A truly beautiful, silk-satin almost black tulip with two to three flowers to a stem, excellent in the border and in pots. A score of 10/10 in our tulip trials, with elegant, silvery-blue foliage as well.
Another incredible new tulip which is a beautiful smoky pink, washed over a silvery-grey which looks wonderful with soft coloured Iceland poppies and pale, silky tulips such as 'Belle Epoque' and 'Groenland'.
What a fantastic tulip – with the best colour of true, rich crimson and the most elegant flower shape. An early flowerer too.
Coppery-bronze, sumptuous, exotic and beautiful. No more superlatives to add! Subtle scent.
I love the Rembrandt tulips you see in old Dutch Masters still life paintings, but most are hugely expensive and tricky to grow. Not this one, beautifully striped and stippled, purple and white.
A perfect tulip for arranging in the softest orange, which looks good in almost any colour range.
A new scented tulip, deep red with flashes of green. Like other Viridifloras, this seems to be very perennial in the garden too.
A classic species tulip which will last for decades, spreading gradually in a border or grass, with excellent architectural seed pods too.