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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Burning Heart Tulip, Darwin Hybrid Tulip)

Here's one of the most vibrant, showy tulips on the market. Bold magenta streaks or flame-like stripes mark the pale yellow petals on 'Burning Heart', and as the flower head ages, the yellow fades to creamy ivory while the red streaks remain. This is a Darwin hybrid tulip. Perched atop extremely tall stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have six pointed "petals" (more accurately tepals). A rather short-lived bulbous perennial, this tulip may be best treated as an annual. It...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Burning Love Tulip, Single Early Tulip)

An electrifying magenta-red, the flowers of 'Burning Love' contrast their purplish black stems, announcing winter's passing. It's classified as a single early hybrid tulip. Perched atop sturdy stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have six pointed "petals" (more accurately tepals). A rather short-lived bulbous perennial, this tulip is best treated as an annual. It's an early-season tulip, blooming roughly in late winter to early spring, depending on climate.

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James H. Schutte

(Cairo Tulip, Triumph Tulip)

The Cairo tulip's flower is among the richest orange-colored tulips on the market. This Triumph hybrid tulip was developed in the Netherlands and introduced in 1999. Perched on tall stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant, cup-shaped blooms have six pointed "petals" (more accurately tepals). Each tepal is rich orange, but the brush-like streaks of thin red lines creates a deep orange to reddish orange flower. A rather short-lived bulbous perennial, 'Cairo' is best treated as an annual....

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Calgary Tulip, Triumph Tulip)

The pure white flower of the Calgary tulip mimics the white-capped peaks of the Canadian Rockies. This Triumph hybrid tulip was developed in the Netherlands and introduced in 1995. Perched on short stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant, cup-shaped blooms have six "petals" (more accurately tepals). A rather short-lived bulbous perennial, 'Calgary' is best treated as an annual. It flowers mid-season when planted outdoors, roughly in early to mid-spring, depending on climate.

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Canasta Tulip, Fringed Tulip)

You'll want to touch the petals on the crimson-salmon Canasta tulip because of the crystal-fringed white edges, which look like hoarfrost. This hybrid tulip was developed by breeder Vertuco and introduced in 1999. Perched on knee-high, towering stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have six pointed "petals" (more accurately tepals). The red tepals turn snow white at their edges where the fringed edges rise. A rather short-lived bulbous perennial, this tulip is best treated as...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Candela Tulip, Fosteriana Tulip)

One of the more reliable hybrid tulips to multiply year after year in the garden, 'Candela' produces lemon yellow flowers. Its early flowering season and ability to perennialize are because of genes from parent species Tulipa fosteriana. This cultivar originated as a sport mutation off of 'Soroptimist', selected by breeder K. van Egmond & Sons and introduced in 1961. Borne singly on a shin-high stem is a blossom of soft yellow "petals" (actually tepals). The gray-green, lance-shaped leaves...

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Debbie Schilling

(Candy Club Tulip, Single Late Tulip)

Unlike most tulips, 'Candy Club' produces a main flower stem that branches to create a miniature bouquet of flowers from each bulb. A member of the single late (or "Mayflowering") hybrid tulip class, it was developed by breeder H.G.M. Huyg & Son and introduced in 1983. Perched atop tall stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have six pointed "petals" (more accurately tepals). Flowers are ivory or white with or without pink feathering or edges. A rather short-lived bulbous perennial,...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Canova Tulip, Fringed Tulip)

You'll want to touch the petals on the pale violet-pink and white Canova tulip because of the crystal-fringed edges, which look like hoarfrost. This hybrid was developed by breeder Seger Brothers and introduced in 1971. Perched on thigh-high, towering stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant blooms have six pointed "petals" (more accurately tepals). The tepal bases are deeper lavender to violet-pink but then blush more white as they age or at the fringed edges. A rather short-lived bulbous...

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Jesse Saylor

(Cantata Tulip, Fosteriana Tulip)

One of the more reliable hybrid tulips to multiply year after year in the garden, 'Cantata' produces bold red flowers. Its early flowering season and ability to perennialize are because of genes from parent species Tulipa fosteriana. This cultivar originated as a sport mutation off of 'Polo', selected by breeder Tubergen and introduced in 1942. Borne singly on a shin-high stem is a blossom of vivid scarlet-red "petals" (actually tepals). The gray-green, lance-shaped leaves are usually held...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Cantor Tulip, Triumph Tulip)

Lovers of the color pink need to add the Cantor tulip to their gardens. This Triumph hybrid tulip was developed by breeder Colijn & Sons and introduced in 1960. It originated as a mutant sport off of 'Cantorange'. Perched on tall stems above broadly lance-shaped leaves, the elegant, boxy but cup-shaped blooms have six pointed "petals" (more accurately tepals). Each tepal is deep rose-coral, but the edges turn to light pink. A rather short-lived bulbous perennial, 'Cantor' is best treated as an annual....