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Jessie Keith

(Double Late Tulip, Mount Tacoma Tulip)

The double cream-colored bowl-shaped blooms of the late-flowering ‘Mount Tacoma’ shine in the late season border. They have strong stems that hold the flowers well in wind and rain. Like most hybrid tulips it is a short-lived bulb that may be treated as an annual.

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...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Darwin Hybrid Tulip, Ollioules Tulip)

The tall Darwin hybrid ‘Ollioules’ has lovely bicolored flowers that are rosy pink with white edges. These appear atop strong sturdy stems in mid-spring. 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...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Darwin Hybrid Tulip, Oxford Tulip)

The tall Darwin hybrid ‘Oxford’ has perfect vibrant red single blooms that appear in early to mid-spring atop strong sturdy stems. 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.

(Pallada Tulip, Triumph Tulip)

A hybrid Triumph tulip selection, 'Pallada' produces rich dark red or maroon flowers that are a bold contrast to daffodils in early spring. Perched on tall stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant, boxy but cup-shaped blooms have six pointed "petals" (more accurately tepals). A rather short-lived bulbous perennial, 'Pallada' is best treated as an annual. It flowers mid-season when planted outdoors, roughly in early to mid-spring, depending on climate.

Tulip bulbs are a favorite...

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Jessie Keith

(Double Early Tulip, Peach Blossom Tulip)

The sumptuous double blooms of ‘Peach Blossom’ are shades of rich pink, pale pink and white and appear in early to mid-spring. Like most hybrid tulips it is a short-lived bulb that may be treated as an annual.

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 are not recommended...

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Jessie Keith

(Peerless Pink Tulip, Triumph Tulip)

The graceful triumph tulip ‘Peerless Pink’ has clean pink cup-shaped blooms that appear in mid to late-spring. Like most hybrid tulips it is a short-lived bulb that may be treated as an annual.

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 are not recommended for gardens...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Darwin Hybrid Tulip, Pink Impression Tulip)

The tall single tulip ‘Pink Impression’ has supremely lovely rich pink flowers. These appear atop strong sturdy stems in mid to late-spring. 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,...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Fosteriana Tulip, Purissima Tulip, White Emperor Tulip)

The large white bowl-shaped blooms of this relatively tall Fosteriana tulip will brighten any border. They are borne singly atop 18-inch (45-cm) stems in early spring. An heirloom variety introduced in 1943, 'Purissima' formerly went by the name 'White Emperor.' Longer lived than many other hybrid tulips, it is nevertheless sometimes treated as an annual.

Tulip bulbs are a favorite food of small mammals including voles, and their succulent leaves and buds are favored by deer. Deep planting...

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James Burghardt

(Purple Flag Tulip, Triumph Tulip)

The large purple cup-shaped blooms of this Triumph tulip will enliven any border. They are borne singly atop 18-inch (45-cm) stems in mid-spring. Like most hybrid tulips, this 1983 introduction is an often short-lived bulb that is sometimes treated as an annual.

Tulip bulbs are a favorite food of small mammals including voles, and their succulent leaves and buds are favored by deer. Deep planting (at a depth of four to five times the bulbs' width) and underground barriers (such as buried hardware...

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Jessie Keith

(Purple Prince Tulip, Single Early Tulip)

The single tulip ‘Purple Prince’ has lovely rich velvety rose-purple flowers. These appear atop strong sturdy stems in early to mid-spring. Like most hybrid tulips it is a short-lived bulb that may be treated as an annual.

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...