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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Bird of Paradise Tulip, Parrot Tulip)

Lots of romantic visions arise when describing the Bird of Paradise tulip's flowers. The bloom looks like a rippled heap of whipped cream or a ruffle of parrot feathers. Each wavy, petal-like tepal is deep velvety red or magenta, but narrowly edged in yellow. The hybrid 'Bird of Paradise' was developed by Dutch breeders and introduced in 1962. Perched atop sturdy stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have at least six pointed "petals." A rather short-lived bulbous perennial,...

(Black Hero Tulip, Double Late Tulip)

The late-blooming ‘Black Hero' is a beautiful, fragrant, double tulip that originated as a sport from popular single late tulip, 'Queen of the Night'. Though commonly described as “black”, the petals are actually deepest burgundy-purple. This long-stemmed cultivar is ideal for cutting and will add a color twist to any spring arrangement.

Tulip bulbs are often short-lived, save some species and select cultivars, so they are often treated as annuals. Their bulbs can be eaten by small mammals, such...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Black Parrot Tulip, Parrot Tulip)

While not a pure black in color, romantic visions arise when describing the Black parrot tulip's flowers. The bloom looks like a rippled heap of whipped cream or a ruffle of parrot feathers. Each wavy, petal-like tepal is extremely dark red or blackish purple-burgundy. The hybrid 'Bird of Paradise' was developed by breeder C. Keur & Sons and introduced in 1937. Perched atop sturdy stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have at least six pointed "petals." A rather short-lived...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Blackjack Tulip, Triumph Tulip)

A Triumph hybrid tulip, 'Blackjack' produced tremendously dark purple flowers that are as close to black as possible in tulips. Perched on stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have six pointed "petals" (more accurately tepals). A rather short-lived bulbous perennial, 'Blackjack' is best treated as an annual. It flowers mid-season, roughly in early to mid-spring, depending on climate.

Tulip bulbs are a favorite food of small mammals including voles, and their succulent...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Blenda Tulip, Triumph Tulip)

Deep hot pink-rose flowers with a white bottom occur on the Blenda tulip. A Triumph hybrid tulip, 'Blenda' is highly regarded for its mid-season flowering on shin-high stems, the perfect size for garden and container uses. Perched on stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have six pointed "petals" (more accurately tepals). Look inside the flower cup and you see reproductive organs in a white base or eye. A rather short-lived bulbous perennial, it is best treated as an annual....

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Bleu Aimable Tulip, Darwin Hybrid Tulip)

The rich flowers of ‘Bleu Aimable’ are violet with lavender-blue glow and make a lovely addition to mid-spring beds and borders. Darwin tulips are longer lived than most hybrid tulips and do not need to be planted as annuals.

Tulip bulbs are often short-lived, save some species and select cultivars, so they are often treated as annuals. Their bulbs can be eaten by small mammals, such as voles, and may require winter protection. Likewise, their sweet green tops are favored by deer, so tulips...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Blue Beauty Tulip, Triumph Tulip)

Rosy violet flowers with hints of lavender occur on the Blue Beauty tulip. The color blue remains elusive in tulip breeding. A Triumph hybrid tulip, 'Blue Beauty' is highly regarded for its mid-season flowering on shin-high stems, the perfect size for garden and container uses. Perched on stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have six pointed "petals" (more accurately tepals). The glossy tepals reflect light, causing the violet to glisten with a lavender to sky-blue sheen. A...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Blue Bell Tulip, Triumph Tulip)

Although not a true blue, the powdery violet or orchid-colored flowers of the Blue Bell tulip are about as true of a blue possible in tulips. The blue pigment remains elusive in tulip breeding. A Triumph hybrid tulip, 'Blue Bell' is highly regarded for its mid-season flowering on shin-high stems, the perfect size for garden and container uses. Perched on stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have six pointed "petals" (more accurately tepals). The glossy tepals reflect light,...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Blue Diamond Tulip, Double Late Tulip)

Blue remains an elusive color in tulip flowers, but 'Blue Diamond' is a fine example of "tulip blue," which is a purplish violet. A late-blooming cultivar with extra petal rows in each flower head, it's sometimes referred to "peony-like." Perched atop sturdy stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms open late in the season, in the mid- to late spring time frame, varying by climate. A rather short-lived bulbous perennial, this tulip is best treated as an annual. Too much springtime...

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(Blue Heron Tulip, Fringed Tulip)

No, not a true blue, but when discussing blue and tulips, you soon appreciate any flower that attains any violet pigmentation. You'll also want to touch the petal-like tepals on the pink-violet Blue Heron tulip because of the crystal-fringed edges, which look like hoarfrost. Perched on knee to waist-high stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have six pointed "petals." Petal bases are dark rose-violet but lighten to violet-pink toward the edges and the decorative fringe. A rather...