Tulipa


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Tulipa

the commercial tulip; member of the family Liliaceae; its bulbs have caused poisoning in cattle.
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The firm hope other top wine brands will also use the Tulipa.
Tulipa Lady Jane (above) and crocus tommasinianus 'Ruby Giant' (below) will both brighten up your garden next spring
My personal favourite is Tulipa 'Queen of Night', which has deep purple, almost black flowers and contrasts effectively with acid green foliage and the wine gum colours of wallflowers.
The Tulip bulbs are a mixed colour collection of eight varieties of the original wild Asian Tulipa.
My personal favourite is Tulipa "Queen of Night", with its burgundy, almost black flowers, providing a striking contrast with acid green evergreens and sizzling wallflowers in oranges, yellows and burnt oranges.
Tom George, trainer of Travel and Tulipa ``Tulipa was ill after she ran in the Galway Hurdle and we haven't run her over hurdles since to maintain her handicap mark.
Try these less common charmers in your garden--all will give a colorful display in spring in zones 7-9, 14-17 (except where noted): African corn lily (Ixia), baboon flower (Babiana), dwarf narcissus, freesia (zones 8-9, 14- 17), grape hyacinth (Muscari), harlequin flower (Sparaxis; zones 9, 14-17), Homeria, naked lady (Amaryllis belladonna), poppy-flowered anemone (Anemone coronaria), Ranunculus, species tulips (such as Tulipa clusiana, T.
Tulipa 'Rococo' THE | mice had started tucking into the tulips in plastic pots on the paths in between the raised beds outside my shed.
Back home at Glebe Cottage we are still enjoying Tulipa Texas Flame (pictured) - 2ft tall, bright mid-yellow with just a flare of deep red on some of the wide, waxy petals above a jumble of broad, squeaky, mid-green leaves.
In RHS Garden Harlow Carr in Harrogate, North Yorkshire they use a sizzling combination of Tulipa "Ballerina" (orange), "Queen of Night" (dark purple) and "Jan Reus" (dark red).