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Crisp snow white petals with magenta piping along the borders give this tidy tulip a radiant effect. Planting en masse creates a dazzling blanket of arctic color. The statuesque blooms sit proudly atop 20 inch stems and this variety boasts a long vase life. Their regal bearing make them a must have for formal arrangements.
With soft pastel tones of yellow and apricot, this variety is subtle and sweet, just perfect for spring. Its unique bloom shape starts out pinched at the top, making a tidy, clasped flower head, and over time the blooms open to a cup shape. As the blooms open, the light catches the petals in a different way making for a transformation of shape and color! These mid-spring bloomers stand 20-24 inches tall.
Deep purple, almost obsidian, blooms in an ornate ruffle form make this variety a breathtaking design element, perfect for gardeners seeking an all-black flower garden, a gothic design or just a touch of deep drama. 18-20 inch stems make this an excellent variety for cutting, landscaping, and planting in pots.
These unique rusty colored blooms brings to mind the French expression Jolie Laide, which means beautiful ugly. The petals are an unusual rusted pumpkin orange hue, but for some reason you just keep falling in love with these fully double blooms. They have more depth of character than simplistic beauty and are perfect for sophisticated arrangements or garden design.
A delightful mixture of different clusiana tulip varieties in shades of raspberry, Meyer lemon and vanilla. These blooms range from 8-12 inches and will naturalize in the landscape beautifully, coming back even stronger the following year. The clusiana mixture contains the following varieties; Honky Tonk, Lady Jane, Tinka and Peppermint Stick.
These dense, fully double blooms have the uncanny form of a peony, in shades of rose gold to rust with a tinge of maroon. The color and form are so incredibly unique, a head turner in the garden and arrangements. These simply stunning heads of this mid- to late-spring bloomer are set atop stems of 12-16 inches.
Simplistic form and bold color make Cosmopolitan a timeless classic. Hot pink centers gently fade to a more subtle coral color at the edges. It is a superb choice for clustered plantings, as well as containers and beds. An especially good cut flower as the blooms are set on sturdy, 20-inch long stems. Cosmopolitan is a mid-season bloomer with good vase life.
A pretty pink ice queen! These fully double blooms are an electrifying hot pink, and the petals are sharply feathered, giving a fantastic, frosted effect. This statement bloom can be planted in clusters and used as a focal point in designs. These bold, mid-season bloomers sit atop 12-18 inch tall stems.
We are smitten with this heavenly, peony type tulip! The blooms are extra large and double flowered like clouds of soft white ever so gently tinged with magenta. These are known to be a super long-season bloomer with excellent vase life and 18-22 inch long stems, making them a top choice for cut flower production. This late-spring bloomer is also equally at home in beds and borders.
Slightly ruffled semi double blooms in a refreshing citrusy tone. The fosteriana type tulips are closely related to wild tulips of Central Asia, which means they are more rugged and can perennialize more easily than other tulip types. These tropical tangerine to apricot blooms are set atop sturdy, 12-16 inch tall stems. Like all fosteriana type tulips, this variety is an early season bloomer.
This variety features glamorous, fully double blooms with violet petals that are frosted at the border. The full form and unique edging give this variety a bold definition that pops in the landscape. Excellent for containers, beds, borders and as a cut flower. Sturdy stems 14-20 inches long support this mid-late spring bloomer.
A wild departure from the classic tulip, with tightly packed, fully double heads! Crimson to magenta petals have a thick, snow white border this lends a fascinating effect, making them luminescent in the landscape. These stunning flowers are borne on 22 inch long stems and bloom mid to late in the season.
Ruffled, fluffy ivory petals have an understated chartreuse backbone, making them appear even more crystalline in color. This fosterinana type tulip is known for its sturdy 14-16 inch tall stems and its hardy growth habit. Fosteriana type tulips are related to wild tulips from Central Asia and are better suited to perennializing than other varieties.
It’s impossible to miss this striking striped tulip -- its yellow and red ruffled blooms are truly showstopping! The crimson stripe makes a dramatic contrast against the canary yellow petals. This variety also boasts a unique form, as the petals have beautifully tattered edges. 18-inch stems make this variety suitable for cutting, or as a reliable landscape and container plant.
Visitors to the Baker Creek gardens are always taken aback by this variety; it is said to be the world's largest tulip, reaching almost 6 inches across! The massive, satiny blooms are chalice shaped and a fiery tangerine color. The stout plants are just 20 inches tall and have striking sea foam green foliage, making for a fantastic contrast of colors! This is a Gregii type tulip and an early bloomer.
Snow white petals licked with cherry red flames remind us of the infamous Rembrandt tulips of the 17th century. Gazing upon these ethereal beauties gives us an idea of how it was possible for the Dutch tulip mania to reach the incredible fever pitch that it did! Bicolor blooms float atop 18 inch stems, making a perfect bold accent for designs!
Snow white is a rare color for the large darwin type tulip. This variety is sturdy and stands up to wind, making it a perfect choice for the garden and landscape, as well as for cut flower production. Sturdy, strong 20-24 inch stems add to the cut flower appeal. This stunning, crisp white mid-spring bloomer will take your breath away.
These soft yellow petals are dip dyed in cerise, making for a sweet and simplistic beauty that is so welcome in beds, borders, containers and arrangements. This softly romantic variety reaches just 12-14 inches tall and is an early bloomer, arriving just in time for Easter and other springtime celebrations.
If you like watching drama unfold in the garden, look no further than the Banana Ice Cream tulip! This super fully double bloomed variety stands just 14 inches tall, but it seriously commands attention! The blooms are named for their resemblance to a scoop of ice cream in a colorful cup, and indeed, this variety resembles a heaping scoop of banana ice cream! This wild and completely unique variety blooms in mid late spring.
A wondrous and eccentric heirloom, would you believe that this is a tulip? At just 7-9 inches tall, Ice Cream may be short, but it commands attention in the garden. The absolutely unique petals form feather light white clouds atop green and magenta lower petals, giving the entire bloom the appearance of an ice cream sundae! A cherished variety that won't be overlooked in even the busiest garden bed.
This vibrant and attention-grabbing dwarf variety is aptly named for the petite woman with a big voice! The gleaming, pinkish purple blooms are simple in form but bold in color! A perfect choice for the front border and edging. This gorgeous variety will serve as your garden's opening act, as it blooms early in the season.
A dainty and delightful departure from the classic tulip, this small, pointed variety has ivory petals with pink blushed backsides, and it is a favorite in the Baker Creek garden. We are apparently not the only ones completely smitten with Lady Jane, as she received a Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit. Small, pointed blooms are pithed atop 12-14 inch stems. Tulipa clusiana, often called lady tulips, are a tulip species native to the Middle East and western Himalayas. Mid- to late-season bloomer.
Illuminate the landscape with this electrifying tangerine-colored tulip. This variety was selected by Fluwel, a family-owned Dutch tulip company. They named the variety Leo Bataviae (KNRB) in honor of the Royal Dutch Rowing Federation (Koninklijke Nederlandse Roeibond). The color orange is a symbol of the Netherlands and the petals are even shaped like an old-fashioned Dutch rowing oar! These magnificent blooms stand 12-16 inches tall and bloom mid season.
Reliable and resplendent in its beauty, this variety recieved the Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit, and for good reason! This stunning, simple yet sophisticated rose pink tulip is known to be rugged. It stands up to rain and wind better than others; it shines beautifully atop long 24-26 inch stems, making it superb for cut flower production as well. This late bloomer is a favorite in beds and borders.
A blizzard of gleaming white blooms with feathered tips that resemble icicles! If you are looking for a stunning variety to really create a powerful effect, this variety is a top choice. Plant it en masse to enjoy a blanket of snow white blooms, perfectly offset by their dark foliage for a stark and stunning contrast. This variety is appreciated for its rugged nature and long-season blooming habit. It can withstand intense weather, shining through with immaculate beauty atop sturdy,18-24 inch stems.
Charming and sweet, these cantaloupe-colored petals have a striking chartreuse spine, making for a perfect color contrast. This late-season bloomer is a viridifloris type tulip, which means it can trace its ancestry back to the tulipmania of the 1600s. Gorgeous blooms have an extra-long vase life and are set atop sturdy 18 inch stems.
Super stunning, these short but stout blooms reach almost 4 inches across and are vibrant pumpkin orange, licked with flames of subtle purple undertones and a hint of green apple at the petal's spine. They're ideal for the front of the border or beds as they sit just 12-14 inches tall; a mid- to late- spring season bloomer.
A gorgeous classic double petaled tulip with translucent violet petals. This stunning variety truly shines like a diamond. It takes on a silvery sheen as it matures, and its strong, 12-16 inch stems make it a fantastic cut flower. This lovely variety is among the last of the tulip varieties to bloom, making a flamboyant show to end the bulb season!
This scintillating variety is oxblood red, with dramatically flared petals that taper to a crisp tip. A mid-season bloomer, it is a "lily flower" type and indeed the dramatically shaped petals do resemble lillies. The stem length is 18 inches long, making this mysterious and alluring tulip a great choice for cutting as well as landscaping.
Simple, elegant blooms are light as a feather and seem to float in the garden, creating an ethereal cloud of lilac and lavender. If you like creating dreamy landscapes, plant Silver Cloud en masse and watch the garden soften beautifully. The stem length is 12-16 inches on this stunning mid-season bloomer.
A breath of fresh air! Nothing heralds spring quite like this variety with its ivory petals and chartreuse feathering on each petal's spine. This late spring bloomer is a top choice for cut flower production; its stems are sturdy and just 14 inches tall, but their exceptionally long vase life makes them a perfect cut flower!
Easy to grow and so cheery, the thin petals alternate between Meyer lemon and raspberry in color. This clusiana type tulip is short, just 8-10 inches high. It is an early- to mid-spring bloomer and it is known to spread and naturalize in the landscape, making it a very carefree variety that will add charm to the landscape.
Like a luxurious buttercream frosted cake, these fully double petaled blooms are light as a feather in colors of lemon meringue, buttercream and vanilla. These enchanting puffy clouds are sweet and soft, hovering aloft 10-12 inch stems. These lightly scented, peony type blooms appear in mid to late spring.