"If I could fill the world with tulips, I would."
These were the words of Kelly Heinz-Grundner who passed away from a brain tumor in 2005. Kelly's love of tulips has inspired this now 13-year tradition of Tulips Against Tumors to support brain tumor research for treatments, and one day a cure.
Whether you are planting tulips to celebrate someone, paying tribute to a family or friend, or you simply enjoy the beauty of tulips, Tulips Against Tumors is a perfect way to brighten your garden and give hope to those who have experienced a brain tumor. Carefully planted in the fall, these symbols of hope will bloom in spring to signify a new beginning. Order today.
New this year, 55% or more of each tulip purchase will be donated directly to the National Brain Tumor Society.