Tulip Queen of Night
Tulip Queen of Night is the most famous black tulip. Long sought after, but finally found. The black tulip! Well in fact it is very very dark purple, but for us its black enough. This tulip stand on long elegant stems and makes a mysterious impression in your garden. A late flowering tulip that blooms in early May. This is the true Queen of Night. Introduced in 1944.
Tulip Menton has a soft pink flower with an apricot edge. This beauty stands on high stems and has a long life, so ideal for cutting. If you've ever been to Menton, you'll know why this tulip bares its name. Flowers in early May. Introduced in 1971.
Tulip Victoria's Secret
The extravagant parrot Tulip Victoria's Secret is dressed in dark purple satin with a beautiful flower shape. The full, slightly flamboyant but sturdy flower keeps its shape well and has a long flowering period. This haute couture variety is unique in colour and shape, and is therefore perfect to use in blends and bouquets. Note that the blue heart goes beautifully with the purple colour.
Tulip Ice Cream
The most bizarre introduction in years is our Tulip Ice Cream. You can take a look at it and let your imagination do the rest, but no matter how you turn it, it certainly looks like a delicious ice cream: a firm cup filled with sweet strawberry sundae topped with a mountain of whipped cream. Tulip Ice Cream is a rare variety, but also very artistic, you could make quite an impressive arrangement with this beauty. Originated in 1999 from a cross breeding between the double white T. Casa Blanca and the double red with yellow edges T. West Frisia.