These bright purple petals are perfect for any spot in the garden. Try planting them with Carnegie Hyacinths for a dramatic contrast.
True to their name, these single flowered cultivars bloom in early spring. They have a very distinctive shape with exactly six petals that are usually pointed at the tip. The flowers are large and long lasting, which makes them very effective in beds, borders and containers. One of the most appealing features, however, of Single Early tulips are their extremely thick and sturdy stems which allows them to withstand rain and wind and makes them and excellent choice for cutting.