Collection: Tulip Bulbs

If you spend dull winter days dreaming of color, tulips are the flower you want in your garden. Never mind waiting for April showers; there are tulip varieties like Eden Brothers' Single Early Tulip Bulb Mix that will be unfolding flowers as early as March. Brighten up your life all spring with Eden Brothers' 60 Days of Tulips—Long Lasting Mix, or mix and match varieties yourself to get your favorite blossoms from March through late May.

What we love about planting tulip bulbs

  • 60+ tulip bulb varieties
  • Easy to grow and maintain
  • Perfect for container gardens and cut flowers
  • Offers vivid and striking colors that attract pollinators

What we love about planting tulip bulbs

  • 60+ tulip bulb varieties
  • Easy to grow and maintain
  • Perfect for container gardens and cut flowers
  • Offers vivid and striking colors that attract pollinators

The greatest selection of tulip bulbs for sale online

Few flowers can offer the mystique of the tulip. Treasured as roses may be, even they did not enjoy the same fame or frenzy. From the Ottoman Empire to Amsterdam, the tulip captured imaginations, driving devoted collectors to almost unbelievable fervor. Even now, 400 years past the height of its fame, the tulip continues to delight and inspire, arraying the Dutch countryside and gardens across the world in lavish color every spring.

Plant tulip bulbs (pointy end up) in the fall, six to eight weeks before the first hard freeze of the season, and watch the brave young shoots emerge as the snow melts.

Dozens of tulip varieties and colors for your garden

Graceful as the lily with which they share a family, tulips are an ephemeral moment of beauty, each individual flower only blooming for a few days, so plant a variety for long-lasting color of all kinds. Pink, purple, orange, white, yellow—tulips come in every shade of the rainbow and then some, and with upwards of 60 varieties to choose from, there's a tulip for everyone. Eden Brothers' Charming Beauty Tulip Bulbs offer sweet, old world blooms, Black Parrot Tulip Bulbs—a more modern elegance. If you like the clean grace of a more traditional variety, perhaps Apricot Delight Tulip Bulbs or Golden Parade Tulip Bulbs might catch your eye. And of course, if you can't choose just one, more than 30 collections—from the Farmer's Market Tulip Bulb Mix to the Black Tie Tulip Bulb Mix—offer a wealth of options to those who need more than one variety in their lives.

Your guide to planting tulip bulbs

Tulips prefer full sun in the north, while they need a little afternoon shade in USDA zones 7 and 8. Avoid areas that tend to get soggy, and plant bulbs deeply. Water once just after planting, and when tulips come up in the spring, water them only if necessary. More than almost anything else, tulips cannot cope with overly wet soil or standing water.

While tulips hardly require companions when they come in so many kinds and colors, planting other perennials alongside them can add to your garden. Crocus will bloom just a little earlier than tulips, offering signs of spring even sooner, while columbine will bloom after, keeping your garden beautiful while you wait for the tulip's return.

To learn more about planting, growing, and caring for tulip bulbs, see our Tulip Bulbs Planting Guide.