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

  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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