The claret-red blooms of Belfort are simply fabulous. Not only do they produce multiple layers of petals but they're each beautifully fringed - like fine lace.
These fully double, fringed tulips have large, ruffled petals that resemble peonies. Some are fragrant and all have flower heads that can reach up to 4 inches, 10 cm across which not only adds to their allure in the garden but as cut flowers as well. Just imagine your own home-made bouquet overflowering with a few of these spectacular blooms! They are considered late spring bloomers so if you're looking to extend your spring flowering season they're the perfect choice.