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Tulip Bulbs

The Dutch are famous for their massive tulip fields of rainbow colors during the springtime. The tulip flowers have been hybridized to produce every imaginable color of the rainbow, even black, if you can imagine anyone who would want a black tulip flower. The colors are red, yellow, pink, white, blue, etc. and many pastel shades including bi-color or multi-color flowers.
  • Yellow Tulip Bulbs
    You can forget the cold temperatures and the bleak gray landscapes of winter, when you order your tulip bulbs from Ty Ty Nursery. Plant those flower bulbs and experience the enjoyment with your family and friends as your intensely colored tulip spring flowers begin appearing to remind you of the pleasure of growing flowers in your yard and the unpleasant chill of winter has ended. Sale prices on tulips will fit your budget, if you get started by ordering your tulip bulbs now.
  • Tulip Bulbs Just Imported
    Tulips will brighten up your garden when spring arrives, and now is the time to start planning to buy and plant your tulip bulbs, tulips that are priced right for your pocketbook and budget. Ty Ty Nursery invites you to check out our low tulip prices and to call us now or either visit our warehouse location. Buying Tulip Bulbs should be done when the bulbs have been properly ripened for best flowering in the spring. This cold storage chilling is required to insure that the customer will enjoy a full coloring of the flowers that should rise from the ground at a predictable time. Ty Ty Nursery offers freshly imported bulbs from the Netherlands that will give superior blooming performance in your flower garden. Tulip bulbs are directly imported by Ty Ty Nursery from Dutch tulip growers to offer the lowest price on Tulip bulbs that you can imagine.
  • Tulip Bulb Video, Etc.
    Tulip blooms last several weeks if picked at the right flowering stage and at very cool temperatures. Many floral tulips and imported and flown in by U.S. florists to sell to customers. In the field or in yards most tulips last well, but are greatly affected by temperatures. The tulip flower prefers cool weather. Tulips are historically cup shaped, but some new hybrids vary greatly in form, petal number, and bloom in practically every color.