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Triumph tulips epitomise what we think of a tulip. These stunning flowers are among the most popular and classic varieties of tulips. They offer a spectacular display of vibrant colours with strong, sturdy blooms. With an impressive range of hues, triumph tulips are sure to add a touch of sophistication to any garden, park, or floral arrangement. They offer the potential for spectacular combinations of colours.

A mid-season flowering tulip to flower in April. The stems will grow to around 40cm, perfect for cut flowers. Cut the flowers just as they are beginning to show their colour in the bud.

Why should you choose triumph tulips?

Triumph Tulips are highly regarded for their elegant blooms, robust nature, and versatility, making them a perfect addition to any garden. Here’s why you should consider adding these exceptional tulips to your garden:


Elegant Blooms: Triumph Tulips are known for their beautifully shaped, cup-like flowers that stand out in any garden setting. Their elegant form and smooth petals make them a favourite among gardeners and florists alike.

Vibrant Colour Variety: The largest array of colours in any tulip group, including bold reds, pinks, purples, and pristine whites, Triumph Tulips can create a captivating visual display. Their vibrant hues can add a dynamic and lively touch to any garden landscape.

Versatile Planting Options: Triumph Tulips are incredibly versatile and can be used in various garden settings, from borders and beds to containers and rock gardens. Their moderate height and striking appearance make them suitable for both formal and informal garden designs.

Mid-Season Blooms: Blooming in mid-spring, Triumph Tulips fill the gap between early and late-blooming varieties, ensuring a continuous display of colour in your garden. Their reliable flowering period makes them a key component of any spring garden.

Strong and Sturdy: These tulips have robust stems that can withstand wind and rain, making them ideal for cut flower arrangements. Their sturdy nature ensures that they remain upright and visually appealing throughout their blooming period.

Reliable and Easy to Grow: Triumph Tulips are known for their reliability and ease of growth. They require minimal care once planted in well-drained soil with adequate sunlight. This makes them an excellent choice for both novice gardeners and those looking for low-maintenance plants.

Long-Lasting Blooms: One of the standout features of Triumph Tulips is their long-lasting blooms. They maintain their beauty for an extended period, providing a prolonged splash of colour in your garden.

By choosing Triumph Tulips, you can enjoy their stunning blooms and numerous benefits, enhancing the beauty and charm of your garden with minimal effort.

Stephen’s triumph tulip bulb top picks

Stephen Teeuw is the 3rd generation of his family to work in the flower bulb industry; he grows hundreds of varieties of new bulbs each year. Here are the triumph tulip bulbs that he would recommend you consider for your garden:

  • Brown Sugar: Brown is perhaps not the most appealing colour in a flower but this tulip is built up with complex shades of red, maroon and oranges. The colours become even bolder inside the cup. 
  • Gabriella: A large flower but relatively short, Gabriella could be regarded as a white tulip softened by a blush of pink. 
  • Continental: If you are looking for a Black tulip I would choose this one over Queen of Night. The flowers have a more interesting shape and are more consistent in their size. 

How to plant triumph tulip bulbs

For successful growth and a stunning flower display, proper planting and care of Triumph Tulip bulbs are essential. Follow these steps to ensure your tulips thrive:

Choose the Right Location: Select a well-draining spot in your garden that receives full or partial sunlight. Triumph Tulips prefer areas where they can get plenty of light to produce their best blooms.

Prepare the Soil: Before planting, prepare the soil by incorporating organic matter such as compost or well-rotted manure. Ensure the soil is loose and free-draining to prevent waterlogging, which can rot the bulbs.

Planting Time: Plant Triumph Tulip bulbs in the autumn, about 6-8 weeks before the ground freezes. This timing allows the bulbs to establish roots before the winter. Late October to November is usually the best time

Planting Depth and Spacing: Dig holes about 12-15 cm deep and place the bulbs with the pointed end facing upwards. Space the bulbs about 10-15 cm apart to give them enough room to grow.

Watering: After planting, water the bulbs thoroughly to help them settle into the soil. Maintain a moderate level of moisture throughout their growth period but avoid overwatering, as excessive moisture can lead to bulb rot.

Maintenance During Growth: During the blooming period, regularly deadhead faded flowers to redirect the plant's energy towards developing the bulbs. This will help ensure strong blooms the following year.

Post-Bloom Care: Once the flowers have withered, allow the foliage to yellow and die back completely before removing it. This process is crucial as it enables the bulbs to store energy for the next growing season.

By following these guidelines, you can ensure that your Triumph Tulip bulbs are well cared for and will reward you with a beautiful display of blooms year after year.

Why choose Peter Nyssen bulbs?

  • We are a friendly, family-run business with more than 60 years of experience
  • We offer bulk prices and free delivery for orders over £100
  • We supply flower bulbs in quantities large and small, for all types of gardeners from the cottage potterer to the professional landscaper 
  • With a range of colours and varieties available, you'll be spoilt for choice.

FAQs

Can Triumph Tulips be grown in containers?

Yes, Triumph Tulips can be grown in containers. Choose a container with good drainage holes and use high-quality potting soil. Plant the bulbs about 12-15 cm deep and space them 10-15 cm apart. Place the container in a sunny spot and water moderately, ensuring the soil does not become waterlogged.

How can I protect my Triumph Tulips from pests and diseases?

To protect Triumph Tulips from pests such as aphids, slugs, and rodents, consider using natural repellents like neem oil for aphids and diatomaceous earth for slugs. For rodents, planting the bulbs in wire mesh cages can help. Ensuring proper soil drainage and avoiding overwatering can prevent fungal diseases and bulb rot.

What should I do if my Triumph Tulips do not bloom?

If your Triumph Tulips do not bloom, check if they are receiving enough sunlight and are planted in well-drained soil. Ensure they are not overcrowded, as this can inhibit blooming. Fertilise with a balanced bulb fertiliser in early spring and ensure they have a cold period during winter, as tulips need this to bloom effectively.

Can I naturalise Triumph Tulips on my lawn?

While Triumph Tulips are more commonly planted in beds and borders, they can also be naturalised in lawns or wilder gardens. Plant them in a sunny spot, and allow the foliage to die back naturally after blooming. It would be possible to cut the grass by the end of May. 

How can I create a continuous display of tulip blooms in my garden?

To create a continuous display of tulip blooms, plant a mix of early, mid, and late-blooming tulip varieties. Triumph Tulips are mid-season bloomers, so complement them with early-blooming species like Kaufmanniana tulips and late-blooming types like Single Late Tulips. This strategy will ensure a vibrant and long-lasting display of tulip blooms throughout the spring season.

Need more help?

Explore our wide selection of Triumph tulips and cultivate your colour mixes. And if you’re stuck for what to choose try our Triumph Tulip Mixture to discover new varieties.


For the best results, it’s essential to plant your tulip bulbs under optimal conditions. For tips on enhancing the beauty of your tulips, check out our detailed tulip planting guide.


Please contact us if you have any questions. We’re here to assist with recommendations for stunning colour combinations, help you determine the right number of bulbs for your space, and address any landscape or trade inquiries you might have.

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