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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Queen of Night Tulip, Single Late Tulip)

The single, tall, late-blooming ‘Queen of Night’ is a beautiful fragrant tulip with cupped blooms in hues of dark plum and chocolate. 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...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Spring Green Tulip, Viridiflora Tulip)

Viridiflora tulips always have a little green in their cup-shaped blooms. The beautiful cultivar ‘Spring Green' offers single flowers of cream streaked with green. These bloom in 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...

(Strawberry Ice Tulip, Triumph Tulip)

The large showy cup-shaped blooms of the Triumph tulip 'Strawberry Ice' are a glistening cherry-red. Borne singly atop 18-inch (45-cm) stems in mid-spring, they will brighten any border. Like most hybrid tulips, this 2000 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...

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Jessie Keith

(Swan Wings Fringed Tulip, Swan Wings Tulip)

The large showy cup-shaped blooms of 'Swan Wings' are pristine white with fringed edges. Borne singly atop 22-inch (55-cm) stems in mid- or late spring, they will brighten any border. Like most hybrid tulips, this 1959 introduction is an often short-lived bulb that is sometimes treated as an annual. It won the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Merit.

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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Jessie Keith

(Single Late Tulip, Temple's Favourite Tulip)

Among the tallest, largest, and showiest of tulips, 'Temple's Favourite' flaunts huge, gaudy goblet-shaped blooms whose six "petals" have rosy-orange centers and nasturtium-orange margins. A canary yellow eye ornaments their interiors. Borne singly atop 30-inch (75-cm) stems in mid- or late spring, they will brighten and dominate any border. Like most hybrid tulips, this 1984 introduction is an often short-lived bulb that is sometimes treated as an annual. It is one of several giant Single Late tulips...

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Debbie Schilling

(Bouquet Tulip, Greigii Tulip, Toronto Tulip)

Bright and early-blooming, the Greigii tulip 'Toronto' bears multiple funnel-shaped blooms with deep orange-pink exteriors and tangerine-red, yellow-eyed interiors. Perched on 14-inch (35-cm) stems above purple-streaked, broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have six pointed "petals." Longer lived than many other hybrid tulips, 'Toronto' is nevertheless sometimes treated as an annual. This 1963 introduction received the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Lily-flowered Tulip, West Point Tulip)

The graceful lily-flowered blooms of ‘West Point’ are golden yellow and 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 that are...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Triumph Tulip, White Marvel Tulip)

sport of the Single Early tulip 'Christmas Marvel,' this 1997 introduction bears white cup-shaped flowers in mid-spring on 14-inch (35-cm) stems. Like most hybrid tulips, it is an often short-lived bulb 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 cloth) can discourage...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Darwin Hybrid Tulip, World's Favorite Tulip)

The Darwin Hybrid tulip 'World's Favourite' bears large rounded blooms with tomato-red, yellow-edged "petals." The solitary flowers perch atop 18-inch (45-cm) stems in mid-spring. Like most hybrid tulips, this 1992 introduction is an often short-lived bulb 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...

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Mark A. Miller

(Fire Flame Tulip, Turkish Tulip)

What would spring be without tulips? The diversity of color, texture and interest of these hardy blooming bulbs is unparalleled in the early perennial border. They may flower in early, mid or late spring, depending on the cultivar, and are distinguished by six showy petals/tepals that curve upward to form a cup.

Tulips have a long, rich cultivation history, but were intensively hybridized and perfected by the Dutch starting in the 16th century. There are approximately 100 species and hundreds...