Just as you can get roses that produce clusters of flowers, you can also get Tulips that produce multiple blooms on every flowering stem. Unsurprisingly, they’re called Multi-flowering Tulips or Bunch Tulips, and they certainly produce a wealth of blooms. Each stem divides into a mini-bouquet of three to four flowers, making for a spectacular flowering display, either in the garden, or as cut flowers for the vase. By the way, if you not only want to keep up with the Joneses, but want a head-start on them, they’re quite rare. Make those neighbours green with envy! There’s an excellent range of colours in this category, and you could be the one to get them.