Among the many delights of spring are budding flowers. And high on the list those longed-for spring beauties are tulips, especially multi-flowering tulips. Exploding with color in the garden, multi-flowering tulips make long-lasting table-toppers, yet are no more difficult than other tulips to grow, besides offering so much more, specifically more stems, so more blooms, enough to fill an entire vase. They afford the flower-fancier the opportunity to enjoy their many luscious shades, as many possess variegated hues, even advancing into other tones as they mature.
- Muilti-headed tulip varieties give you a bouquet of flowers from just a single flower bulb.
- Multi-headed tulips are hard to come by but come in a variety of types and are well worth it over regular tulips.
- Multi-head tulips are cultivated much like regular tulips and when cut from the bulb can help regrow for future seasons.
“These bulbs can be a bit difficult to locate, but it is definitely worth the effort since the plant produces many more blooms than traditional tulips.”