Newcomer Shirley Double emerges in late April with layers of soft, creamy white petals edged in strong violet-purple that darkens as the flowers mature. The blooms are so full and lush, they more closely resemble peonies than traditional garden tulips. These tulips grow on strong, 20-24" stems, making them ideal for sunny borders or perennial beds. Here's a flamboyant double-flowered tulip that delivers style, grace and flair to the landscape.
Late April 22” in height 10 bulbs to bag