Answer: Although not terribly common, there are multiflowered or bunch-flowering tulips. When at their peak size, the bulbs can produce between four and six flowers per stem. Since they are not an "official" classification of tulip, they can be found among various types and so the bloom time will vary from cultivar to cultivar. Sometimes they are grouped together in the bulb catalogs, though. Two you may see for sale more often than others is a salmon pink called "Toronto" and Tulipa praestans "Fusilier" (bright orange/scarlet) which is a reliable rebloomer in rock gardens.
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