From classic arrangements filled with tulips to bold mixed bouquets, celebrate all the beauty and charm of Spring’s signature blooms!
You can send beautiful tulip bouquets for any occasion with our collection of classic tulip arrangements and mixed tulip bouquets. Whether you're looking for a specific tulip color, a bright colorful mix, or a combination of tulips and another beautiful bloom, we have tulip arrangements that your recipient is sure to love. From birthdays to anniversaries to simply celebrating spring, tulips are a great choice! Tulip delivery is easy from 1-800-Flowers.com with same-day flower delivery on many of our arrangements and shipments fresh from our floral farms for all others.
Overall, tulips are associated with happiness, positivity and springtime. Each color represents a different meaning.
Single Tulips are the most common type of tulips. They are a unique cup-shape with each one having six petals. Tulip blooms can either be considered "early" or "late." The early blooms range from 10-18 inches in size, while late blooms are significantly larger, measuring 18-39 inches. Some popular types of single tulips include the Virichic, Blushing Beauty and Red Emperor. Double Tulips are also known as Peony Tulips because of their elegant shape. Their average size is 12-16 inches. Some popular double tulips include the Angelique, Lady Montgomery, Margarita and Monsella. Our Margarita and Monsella tulips will be available for a limited time as a part of our Now Blooming program from March 15th to April 30th, 2017 while supplies last!
Tulips should be handled gently at all times. If your tulips arrive in a box, take your bouquet (still in its plastic sleeve) and trim the ends by taking one inch off the bottom of the stems. Remove the plastic sleeve and then place the tulips into a vase that is filled with fresh, cool water. Add floral food as the package directs to. They should be kept in a cool location that is away from direct sunlight. For more tips on how to handle your beautiful tulips, visit our Tulip Care & Handling page.Back to Top