Costco Tulip Bulbs in a Vase, Grow Your Own Tulips


Costco sells these Tulip Bulbs in a Vase for $12.99! Scroll down for photos. This is another item I don’t remember seeing in the past. I’m sure they were around, but I never noticed them. This is a great way to start your year off with a green thumb. Grab a glass vase of these tulips & follow the directions. You’ll have Tulips in 2 – 3 weeks! This works great as a gift for just about any occasion. Valentine’s Day is right around the corner & I think this would be a popular gift. It puts a little twist on the traditional bouquet of flowers. They come with very simple directions, printed on the container & are made in the USA. I found these in the gardening section next to the Miracle-Gro Organic Choice Potting Mix. Here are a few more details about these Costco Tulip Bulbs…….

  • Bloomaker USA
  • Come in a Glass Vase with Water
  • Care Instructions on the Side
  • Directions on the side
  • Made in the USA
  • Hydroponically Grown
  • Colors on the Vase: Red & Yellow

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Costco Tulip Bulbs in the Vase


Unfortunately this is not a product Costco sells online. These are sold in store only & made in Shenandoah Valley located in Virginia. Like I said before, I think these are a great and affordable gift idea. $12.99 is about what a bouquet of flowers cost. You get an entire vase of tulips, plus the glass vase! It’s a great deal. They do sell a few different tulip bulbs on Amazon. I would prefer to get the ones from Costco, but if you can’t make it to the store, make sure to check these out……

Price: $12.99, Item Number: 32764

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6 thoughts on “Costco Tulip Bulbs in a Vase, Grow Your Own Tulips

    1. You can just leave them in the water if you like. You may shock the tulips if you try to move them from water to soil after they’ve bloomed, but you can do it. Let me know how it works out

  1. Loved mine! The fully bloomed and have now wilted. What do I do now? Can I keep the bulbs to plant in the fall?

    1. You can always cut the blooms off after they die & save them for next season. There are plenty of articles online on how to do this with a simple google search. Let me know what you end up doing……

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