Lambley Gardens & Nursery, 395 Lesters Road,  Ascot,  Victoria 3364
Phone +61 (03) 5343 4303,  Fax +61 (03) 5343 4257

Lambley Winter/Spring Bulbs

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Triteleia

Tulipa

Triumph Tulips are the kind most often grown for the cut flower trade but they are also amongst the best varieties for planting in the garden and in pots. They carry traditionally shaped tulips on strong stems. more... about Triumph Dutch Tulips

As the name suggests this increasingly popular group of tulips have fringed petals. They are as easily grown as other varieties. Best planted 10cm to 15cm deep after Anzac Day and before Mother’s Day. more... about Fringed Dutch Tulips

Double tulips have very long flowering blooms which are terrific as cut flowers or pot plants as well as being great in a garden setting. These tulips look a lot like peony roses. more... about Double Dutch Tulips

These varieties start to flower later than most tulips and extend the season by an extra two or three weeks. more... about Late Flowered Dutch Tulips

These bizarre tulips have curling, twisting, fringed, ruffled petals. They do well in the garden and are very popular with flower arrangers and artists. more... about Parrot Dutch Tulips

These tulips have grown and flowered in the same spot in the Lambley garden for up to 20 years without lifting. Even small bulbs flower well. more... about Darwin Dutch Tulips

Lily flowered tulips have a different profile to all the others and closely resemble the tulips that the Ottomans so loved and were a regular motif on Islamic tiles. The long flowers have a definite waist and pointed petals. more... about Lily Flowered Dutch Tulips

Wild tulips don’t need to be lifted each year. I plant them in 15 cm deep in well drained soil with a handful of lime added to each square metre. If your soil isn’t acid like mine obviously you don’t need to add lime. more... about Species Tulips

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Bulbs from the Winter/Spring list will be sent from mid-February.