Tulip Sylvestris

Top Sized Flower Bulbs!

 We start shipping our flower bulbs by early October

 We will continue to ship until the end of November or until supplies last.

Naturalising: Bulbs multiply each year
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Shipping everywhere in Europe and the UK
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Sylvestris is a fabulous little wild tulip that is also known as the ‘Wood Tulip’, ‘Vineyard Tulip’ or ‘Florentine Tulip’. Often found growing naturally in woodlands and meadows, this beautifully scented lemon-yellow tulip is a popular choice as a naturalising tulip for graveyards, vineyards and patios.

Once planted, the bulbs reproduce small 'runners' in the ground which will produce foliage and these gorgeous little garden gems will multiply in profusion year after year after year.

Height: 35 cm.
Bulb Size: Top Size 7/+ cm.

• Deer Resistant

• Fragrant

• Great For Naturalising; Comes Back For Years

Planting information

· Plant your flower bulbs in autumn

· Plant in borders or containers in sun or partial shade

· Plant the bulbs three times the size of the bulb deep

· Space the bulbs two times the size of the bulb apart

· Plant the bulbs with the pointed side facing upwards

For more information, click here to read our How-to-Guides

Shipping rates

View our shipping rates per EU country here.

Shipping schedule

 We start shipping our flower bulbs by early October.

 We will continue to ship until the end of November or until supplies last.

View our shipping schedule overview


For over 4 generations, DutchGrown™ has built its reputation by offering the best Autumn-planted flowers bulbs available anywhere. We take pride in our exceptionally high level of quality control customer service, and our commitment to client satisfaction continues long after the bulbs leave our premises. When you order from DutchGrown™, we 100% guarantee that you will receive the hardiest flower bulbs available, packed with care and ready to thrive in your garden. Read more.