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Best 10 Triumph Tulips

The Best 10 Triumph Tulip Bulbs

The Triumph Tulip Group of tulips are the largest group of the singe cup-shaped blooms. The large varieties of cultivars, colectively display the whole spectrum of colours.

The Triumph group of Tulips are easy growing, best planted in full sun, with rich fertile well drained soil. Their long sturdy stems withstanding adverse weather conditions and growing between 30 cm and 60 cm in height.

This is our list of the top 10 Triumph Tulips, ranked by the most popular searches and viewed varieties on our website.

This list is ideal for gardeners who have never started growing Tulips before and you are looking for some inspiration, just to add, the top 3 best sellers are variety packs, like the picture on the left.

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Rank #1 - Most Popular Triumph Tulips

Queen of The Night

'Queen of The Night' Triumph Tulip is a very popular tulip with its very dark purple flowers, almost categorised as black. It is a tall tulip, reaching 50 cm, ideal for boarders, pots and containers. Plant 15cm down in fertile well drained soil in late autumn for flowering in April / May.

Product Specifications:

Plant: Late October to November

15 cm deep

Height when grown 50 cm

Flowering April

Position: Full Sun and Partial Sun

Spread: Up to 15cm

Size: 10/11

Supplied as 25 Bulbs.

£ 12.50 for a Pack of 25 Bulbs

Rank #2 - Most Popular Triumph Tulips

Negrita Tulipa Triumph Tulip

Tulip Negrita. This bulb produces dark purple almost plum flowers. Part of the large Triumph group it is a reliable strong flowering Tulip. Ideal in large pots or tubs or group planting at the front of flower borders.

Product Specifications:

Position: Full Sun

Colour: Purple

Bulb Size: 10/11

Height: Up to 40cm

Spread: Up to 15cm

Supplied as 30 Bulbs

£ 13.75 for a Pack of 30 Bulbs

Rank #3 - Most Popular Triumph Tulips

White Dream Tulips

White Dream

White Dream

This listing is for 100 x Tulip Triumph 'White Dream' bulbs, size 10/11 see photographs. 'White Dream' is a bulbous perennial, to 45cm tall, with erect, grey-green foliage and single, lightly fragranced, bright white flowers borne mid to late spring. These are top quality bulbs sourced from professional growers in Holland, and come with a first year flowering guarantee.Our bulbs are stored in climate controlled purpose built storage ensuring fresh viable bulbs throughout the season Plant this Autumn for Spring flowering.

Tulip Triumph 'White Dream' are lightly fragranced, Bright White flowers borne mid to late spring.

Plant now in Pots, Tubs or Borders for a Spring flowering display

Height when grown 30-40 cm Flowering April

Hand packed to order in our signature Growtanical packaging with full planting / care instructions

All Bulbs come with a APHA registered plant passport. Giving our buyers confidence that all our Bulbs are authentic, and healthy.

£ 19.99 for 100 Spring Flowering Bulbs

Rank #4 - Most Popular Triumph Tulips

Ronaldo Tulipa Triumph Tulip

This lovely rich looking tulip flower is deep claret-red in colour, reminiscent of a glass of claret-wine. The fine classic globular-shape tulip emerges from mid-green stems with long sword-shaped leaves. This will make an excellent cut-flower for your vases and floral arrangements.

Tulip bulbs need to be planted in late summer or early autumn. They grow well in any moist well-drained soil, and usually best in a nice sunny position. Try to pick an area where they will be sheltered from the cold UK winter winds. These bulbs are best planted at 15cm deep and 13cm apart.

When the flowers begin to fade, dead-head the tulips but let the stems and leave remain until summer. This will ensure that the bulbs are fed for next year and kept healthy.

Culinary note: SOME parts of these flowers are edible. However, some people can have allergic reactions to Tulip flowers. If you touch them and they cause a rash or numbness, then tulip flowers shouldn’t be eaten as they could be toxic.

Product Specifications:

Position: FULL SUN

Height: Up to 40cm

Spread: Up to 15cm

Supplied as 16 Bulbs

Delivered with growing and care instructions.

£ 11.99 for a Pack of 16 Bulbs

Rank #5 - Most Popular Triumph Tulips

Helmar Tulipa Triumph Tulip

Helmar Triumph Tulip is an excellent flaming tulip, the bright golden yellow petals has a deep burgundy red flame rising up, absolutely stunning. It is a smaller than averaged height tulip, ranging between 30 cm to 40 cm, its best position is the front of any border or container. The Helmar Tulip is usually paired with the Ronaldo Tulip to really bring out the colours. A must have for any Tulip garden display. Plant between August and November and appoximately 15cm down in fertile well drained soil. It will start flowering in April / May.

Product Specifications:

Plant: in August / November

15 cm deep

Height when grown 40 cm

Flowering April / May

Position: Full Sun and Partial Sun

Spread: 10cm to 15cm

Size: 10/11

Supplied as 30 Bulbs

£ 13.75 for a Pack of 30 Bulbs



Rank #6 - Most Popular Triumph Tulips

Tulipa Triumph Snowstar

Growing this hardy triumph tulip will give an elegant, fresh look to your springtime display. Tulip 'Snowstar' is aptly named, producing dazzling white, cup-shaped blooms atop upright, sturdy green stems that create a stunning colour contrast. This tulip makes an impressive impact when planted alone as well as when grown alongside a variety of colours to make a striking show. Grow in beds, borders and containers or cut for a lovely indoor spring bouquet.

Plant tulip bulbs in late summer or autumn. Tulips will grow well in any moist, well drained soil, except for particularly wet soils. Choose a sunny position that is sheltered from strong winds. When planting tulip bulbs avoid shallow planting as this may reduce the winter cold period that is essential for tulip bulbs to produce flowers in spring. Plant them at a depth of 15cm (6") and at a distance of 13cm (5") apart.

After flowering, deadhead the faded tulip flowers and allow the foliage to die back completely before removing it in summer. Caution: Tulip bulbs are an irritant to skin and eyes, and are harmful if eaten.

Product Specifications

Position In: Full sun

Height: Up to 50cm

Spread: Up to 20cm

Supplied as 16 Bulbs

Delivered with growing and care instructions

Images shown are for guidance only of the expected results from plants upon maturity. Different growing conditions might vary results. Image may be included for illustration of supply but can vary due to seasonality changes (e.g. deciduous plants lose leaves in colder months).

Stunning pure white blooms which make an impressive show in your garden

A beautiful cut flower variety which makes a pretty indoor display Perfect for beds, borders and containers

Supplied as 16 Bulbs. Supplied with T&M's very own cultural instructions on how to care for your plants.

Your satisfaction guaranteed; we want you to be 100% satisfied with any product you buy from us. If you’re not 100% happy then neither are we, so let us know and we’ll replace your product or give you your money back.

£ 11.99 for a Pack of 16 Bulbs

Rank #7 - Most Popular Triumph Tulips

Jimmy Triumph Tulipa Tulip

'Jimmy' Triumph Tulip is also know as 'Salmon Jimmy' Triumph Tulip. I think it could have been called the peach tulip, as its blended colours are similar to a peach. Its soft bi-colour petals are a blend of peach with a bright orange flame. It is a smaller than averaged height tulip, reaching 40 cm, its best position is the front to center of any border or container. It enjoys full sun or part shade, plant 15cm down in fertile well drained soil in late autumn, October to December for flowering in April / May.

Product Specifications:

Plant: Late October to December

15 cm deep

Height when grown 40 cm

Flowering April to May

Position: Full Sun and Partial Sun

Spread: 8 cm to 10 cm

Bulb Size: 10/11

Supplied as 10 Bulbs.

£ 6.95 for a Pack of 10 Bulbs

Rank #8 - Most Popular Triumph Tulips

Jan Van NES

'Jan Van Nes' is a bulbous perennial, to 40cm tall, with erect, grey-green foliage and single, lightly fragranced, bright yellow flowers borne mid to late spring. These are top quality bulbs sourced from professional growers in Holland, and come with a first year flowering guarantee.Our bulbs are stored in climate controlled purpose built storage ensuring fresh viable bulbs throughout the season Plant this Autumn for Spring flowering.

Product Specifications:

Tulip Triumph 'Jan Van Nes' are lightly fragranced, Bright Yellow flowers borne mid to late spring.

Plant now in Pots, Tubs or Borders for a Spring flowering display

Height when grown 30-40 cm Flowering April

Position: FULL SUN

Spread: Up to 15cm

Supplied as 15 Bulbs

£ 14.99 for a Pack of 50 Bulbs

Rank #9 - Most Popular Triumph Tulips

Barcelona Triumph Tulip

Barcelona Triumph Tulip is stunning bright pink coloured flower. It is an averaged height reaching 30cm to 40 cm. Plant 20cm down in fertile well drained soil inbetween September to December for flowering in April / May.

Product Specifications:

Plant: September to December

20 cm deep

Height when grown 30 cm - 40 cm

Flowering April

Position: Full Sun and Partial Sun

Spread: Up to 10cm - 15cm

Supplied as 50 Bulbs

£ 28.00 for a Pack of 50 Bulbs

Rank #10 - Most Popular Triumph Tulips

Alectric Triumph Tulip

Alectric Triumph Tulip has stunning bi-colour of a deep red pink and cream coloured flowers. It is an averaged height reaching 30cm to 40 cm. Plant 15cm down in fertile well drained soil in late autumn for flowering in April / May.

Product Specifications:

Plant: Late October to November

15 cm deep

Height when grown 30 cm - 40 cm

Flowering April

Position: Full Sun and Partial Sun

Spread: Up to 15cm

Supplied as 30 Bulbs

£ 15.99 for a Pack of 30 Bulbs



Top 10 Triumph Tulips




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