Tulips by flowering period

Growing tulips that flower at different times can extend your floral display. The flowering period is weather related and, in some years, the difference from one year to another can be as much as six weeks. Tulips grown in northern Britain/Scotland are also likely to flower later than those grown in the south England (between 3-6 weeks later).   

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