Spring is in the air, and there is nothing nicer than freshly grown tulips providing a burst of colour to your house.
Delivered fresh in store seven days a week, Aldi is the only Irish retailer to source all of its everyday tulips in Ireland. So from the first day of the season, right to the last, you can be guaranteed that the great value blooms you’re buying are fresh, sweet-smelling, and 100 per cent homegrown Irish.
Aldi’s Irish-grown tulips €2.99 per bunch are grown by brothers Noel and Michael Ruigrok in Dublin. The Ruigrok family have been supplying tulips to the Irish market for 80 years from their North County Dublin nursery. “We are the third generation of the Ruigrok family growing flowers at Rush, Co Dublin, supplying the wholesale trade since 1935, both from our nursery and modern glasshouses,” says Noel.
The above products are available from Aldi’s 113 stores nationwide in store, every day.