Probably the most widely grown of all dwarf tulips, Tulip 'Red Riding Hood' is a top choice for stunning springtime displays.
Flowering in March and April, they have striking, bright scarlet-red blooms with black centres, which contrast delightfully against broad, grey-green, maroon-striped leaves. Plant with other spring-flowering bulbs of different hues for dramatic effect.
Fully deserving of its coveted RHS Award of Garden Merit, 'Red Riding Hood' is a compact variety, so is perfect for rock gardens or the front of beds and borders. Alternatively, scatter them through grass, where they will naturalise easily and produce bigger and better displays every year.
They look equally stunning when planted in garden pots – and make a beautiful cut flower for your vase. Easy to grow and reliably hardy, they are happy to be left in the ground for stunning results for many years to come.
Supplied as a pack of 30 bulbs, size 10/11 ready for planting out in autumn.