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Richly Red Hued Double-Blooming Abba Tulip
- Double Early Tulip
- Blooms in Early Spring
- Strong Stems
- Great in Containers
What came first: the band or the Tulip? Well, this dancing queen has been turning heads for almost 70 years. But with such brilliant and rich red coloration, we wouldn't be surprised if this breath-taking and unique tulip inspired the Swedish Supergroup that shares its namesake.
This voluminous tulip will leave you feeling like you're having the time of your life. As an early double, the Abba Tulip is one of the first tulips to bloom come spring, and it has enough petals to spare, which means its bloom will last.
The Abba Tulip will gladly inject a blast of color and excitement into your spring garden. Its petals are slightly frilled, to add just a touch of elegance and allure. In fact, this tulip is often compared to the peony because of its plentiful petals and desirable bloom shape.
Is the Abba Tulip a one-hit-wonder? No way! This perennial will come back year after year. Give it a bit of space to double, and you'll be gifted with new bulbs each year.
And did we mention this variety smells as good as it looks? That's right. The Abba Tulip has a lovely fragrance.
You don't have to worry about drooping blooms with the Abba Tulip. Like other early doubles, it features sturdy stems that max-out at about 10-12" in height. This makes them the perfect bulb for the front row of your beds or as a border. They also do well in containers.
These stunning tulips are both impressive, strong, and easy to grow. Plant your Abba Tulips this fall, and they'll greet you with their bold red hue once spring arrives. For the most impressive blooms, provide them with full sun.
Don't miss your opportunity to dance with joy when this dancing queen blooms in your garden. Order your Abba Tulips now, and watch your garden glow red next spring!
We will ship your bulbs based on the correct planting time for your area.
|Botanical Name||Tulipa 'Abba'|
|Mature Height||10 - 12 inches|
|Soil Type||Well Drained|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Bloom Period||Early Spring|
|Flower Color||Double Red|
|Growing Zone Range||3-7|
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