Plaisir

Plaisir

$7.50

Plaisir Tulip: Bright carmine-red bloom. Sulphur edges and mottled leaves. Truly unique!
Item #: 1753

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Greigii Tulips
A unique addition to any garden. These tulips are defined by their variegated foliage and will have a shorter steam which leads upward to a big bloom! The leaves of each tulip are impressively striped with purplish streaks while the blooms tend to be rather large in proportion to the rest of the plant – and extremely vibrant as well. As an added bonus, the variegated foliage colors early in the season providing a little extra flair to the mostly green flower beds of late winter/early spring. Greigii tulips are popular choices for rock garden plantings and the borders of flower beds and look absolutely outstanding when planted in pots and containers.

Tulips
Originating in the foothills of Central Europe, tulips were brought to Western Europe in the 16th century and soon became synonymous with the Dutch culture and one of the world's most popular flowers. Tulips look best when grouped into larger sized garden plantings or pots and containers – although they also present a spectacular display when blooming in our enormous Skagit Valley fields!

Tulip bulbs should be planted during the fall months so that they can flower in the spring. Bloom dates will mostly depend upon the local climate, but exposure to sun and water will also influence timing. These flowers do not require extensive sunlight and will bloom when planted in fully shaded areas. Tulips will typically produce a single flower per bulb, but some varieties will have multiple blooms. Great as a garden flower or cut and placed in a vase, tulips are known to be a declaration of love!

Color : Red

Height : 10 inches

Bulb Size : 12 cm and up

Season : Early

Sun : Prefers Full to Partial Sun

Depth : 6"

Spacing : 5"

Multiplies : Yes

Naturalizes : Yes

Forcing : No

Scented : No

Bulb orders will be shipped between late September and early December, depending on your climate. Prices shown do not include shipping and handling. Shipping and handling charges vary by location. Please see below:

Area 1: Western states of WA, OR, CA, CO, ID, MT, NV, UT and WY we will add 12 cents per dollar ordered. Minimum charge of $10.00 per order.
Area 2: All other states in the Continental U.S., which are not listed in Area 1, we will add 15 cents per dollar ordered. Minimum charge of $12.50 per order.
Area 3: Alaska & Hawaii - we will add 40 cents per dollar ordered. Minimum charge of $20.00 per order.
Canadian Friends: Add 15 cents per dollar ordered for shipping and handling. This will include all costs needed for the Agriculture Inspection Certificate and Customs Clearance. Minimum charge of $12.50 per order.
Additional Fees May Apply: Tulips.com cannot be held responsible for wrong addresses, delivery delays due to extreme weather conditions, government mandated agricultural inspections, or recipients unavailable to receive deliveries.

There will be an additional fee for all incorrect addresses.

Cancellations: A $25 processing fee will be charged on all cancelled orders. Cancellations will not be accepted after August 31.
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Fresh cut flowers are only half of what we do at Tulips.com. We also have a great selection of tulip bulbs, daffodil bulbs, hyacinth bulbs, and other specialty flower bulbs for spring blooming. Customers can place bulb orders from February to December for the biggest and best flower bulbs available anywhere - including Holland. The mild maritime climate of the Skagit Valley allows our bulbs an extended growing season to mature and grow to larger sizes - growth that is supplemented by the rich topsoil of the valley. Need proof? Check out the blooms that the Tulips.com bulbs produce at our RoozenGaarde display garden. After our fields of flowers have been topped, the bulbs are allowed to mature and multiply, and are then harvested. Tulips.com then selects the largest bulbs from each year's crop so you can grow the same beautiful tulips and daffodils in your own home gardens.

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