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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Tulipa `Purissima' - a creamy white tulip flowering April/May
WE have created a fabulous selection of bulb parcels that includes the stunningly different Tulipa Ballerina and an Olympic mixture of Tulipa "Olympic Flame", as well as Tulipa London (1948), Tulipa Calgary (1988) and Tulipa Barcelona (1992).
Species tulips, such as the yellow star-like Tulipa tarda, are smaller and less spectacular but can be naturalised.
Shemozzle never escaped from a pocket - but Squeak made her run up the outside to catch the front-running Tulipa and then hold her renewed challenge in the shadow of the post.
His wife, Constance Nicandrou, is also a tulip-lover and has established the 'Art in Wild Tulip Project', a project which raises awareness of the Tulipa Agenensis and funds through art.
Choose smaller varieties of bulbs for smaller containers, like Narcissus Tete-a-Tete, Crocus, Iris reticulata 'Edward', Tulipa humilis and of course snowdrops and hyacinths too.
They are two versions of the lady tulip, Tulipa clusiana, a dainty species with refined flowers and slender, glaucous foliage.
our tulips are in full swing the exception of two, which about to show their true They are two versions of tulip, Tulipa clusiana, a species with refined and slender, glaucous with pink and white is aptly named 'Peppermint Stick' and the other is a of pale yellow and pink called 'Cynthia'.
Mix Fire King, a warm, orange wallflower, with orange tulip Prinses p y y White and pink Winter Joy will make a relaxing arrangement with Tulipa Shirley, which is white with some purple edging, and the double soft peony-like pink blooms of the Tulipa Angelique.
Erysimum Ivory White and pink Winter Joy will make a relaxing arrangement with Tulipa Shirley, which is white with some purple edging, and the double soft peony-like pink blooms of the Tulipa Angelique.
Shop for labels specifying the genus Tulipa, about 100 species of which have been cloned for domestic use.