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Easter Tulip Delivery 2024

Springtime is here, and that means tulips are in bloom. Shop FTD's online collection to find beautiful Easter tulip arrangements that you can give to friends, loved ones, or even yourself!

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Easter Tulip Delivery

Besides Easter tulips, FTD offers a wide variety of Easter flowers. Perhaps Easter roses are your family's favorites. Shop all flowers, and decide which floral arrangement or Easter gift basket will best grace your home or table. Depend on your FTD Easter tulip delivery!

Easter Tulips FAQs

What do different colored tulips signify?

Easter tulips come in many different colors, and each color is associated with a different meaning. Pink tulips signify happiness, yellow tulips signify hope and cheerful thoughts, purple tulips signify wealth and good fortune and white tulips signify forgiveness. Send just the right message to friends and loved ones when you shop FTD's colorful collection of fresh Easter tulips.

Why are tulip flowers associated with Easter?

Easter occurs at the very beginning of spring — right around the time spring flowers start to bloom. As a result, spring flowers are a staple of the holiday and — while Easter has its religious roots — for many, it also doubles as an occasion to celebrate the beginning of spring. The bright colors of spring are a hallmark of Easter. We dye Easter eggs and exchange colorful Easter baskets, and the brightly-colored happy Easter tulips fit right in with all of the festivities!

What other flowers go well in a bouquet with tulips?

When putting together an Easter tulip arrangement, there are a variety of other flowers that can complement the colorful beauty of tulips. Yellow flowers and calla lilies, for instance, look right at home in an Easter tulip bouquet.

If you want something other than tulip arrangements for Easter, our online collection boasts a number of other beautiful Easter flowers. We have stunning orchids, gorgeous religious flowers, Easter centerpieces and much more!

Can my Easter tulips be delivered in a vase?

Yes! We can deliver vases of flowers of all varieties, including tulips. With FTD, you can rest assured knowing your vase of Easter tulips will be safely delivered to your front door in excellent condition. That means you don't need to buy a new vase or search your home for an old one — when you purchase one of our bouquets with a vase, your expertly arranged tulips will arrive ready to be displayed! Sit back, relax and enjoy your fresh tulips and Easter festivities with complete peace of mind.

What do you do with tulips on Easter?

Place them on your dining table as a centerpiece or elsewhere in the home for a colorful, decorative touch. As the petals drop off, and the stalks die back, they lose their loveliness. That's not necessarily the case with Easter tulips. Easter is the time of rebirth, and that may include your tulips. Once they are finished blooming, remove the spent petals. If the temperature is above freezing, put the pot outdoors in a sunny area. Keep the bulbs watered. Let the leaves remain. They will drop off as it gets hotter in late spring.

At that point, you can plant the bulbs in the ground. However, you may want to wait and store the bulbs in a cool, dry place and plant them in the fall. Choose a site in your garden that receives full or partial sun. Tulips prefer well-draining soil. Avoid planting tulip bulbs in soils that stay wet for long periods after rainstorms. Constant sogginess will harm the bulbs.

Plant each bulb between 5 and 7 inches deep, with the pointed ends facing upward. Space bulbs 4 to 5 inches apart. Water the bulbs well after planting. Then, wait for them to reappear in the spring. If the flowers don't come up the following year, don't worry. They may take between two and three years to bloom again after planting. But, once they make a reappearance, you might enjoy them every spring!