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$17.75Acuminata Circa 1800. AKA, The Fire Flame or The Turkish Tulip, this very rare heirloom has uniquely narrow yellow petals edged with scarlet. Incredibly distinctive. Very limited quantities. HZ: 3-9 14”-16” ...
$7.50–$25.00Biflora Circa 1776. Fragrant. A small beauty which produces 3 flowers per stem. The blooms are white with yellow hearts. The foliage has red edges. HZ: 5-8 5” ...
$3.85–$14.85Clusiana var. Chrysantha Circa 1928. An extraordinary tetraploid which easily naturalizes. Blossoms are deep yellow flushed with warm rose around the edges. HZ: 3-9 8” ...
$2.75–$9.25Daystemon Species Tulips come from the Mediterranean, Asia Minor and the Caucasus. Each is an original. The flowers are unique and dazzlingly colored. good for forcing and make excellent cut flowers. Plant 6-8” deep and 6” apart. ...
$17.50Humilis Alba Coerulea Oculata A stunning tulip. Tiny in height – huge in garden presence. Glistening white petals surround a vivid blue base. HZ: 3-8 5” Early April ...
$5.00–$18.75Humilis Violacea Circa 1860. Known as The Red Crocus Tulip. A beautiful purplish rose blossom with yellow base and greenish-yellow anthers. HZ: 4-8 4-6” Early-season ...
$3.75–$17.50Kolpakowskiana Circa 1877. This small beauty has yellow flowers streaked with carmine. Good naturalizer. HZ: 3-8 8” Mid-season ...
$3.75–$17.50Linifolia " Circa 1884: A beautiful scarlet flower with black base. The foliage has red edges. Good naturalizer. HZ: 4-8 6” Late-season" ...
$10.00–$31.25Praestans Fuselier "Circa 1939. A vivid treasure in the garden because of its multiple blossoms from a single bulb. Striking orange-scarlet blooms. HZ: 4-8 8”-12” " ...
$3.75–$17.50Saxatilis "Circa 1825. Requires a warm area of the garden. The blossoms are rose to lilac with yellow bases. Good naturalizer. HZ: 5-10 6” " ...
$6.75–$22.00Sylvestris "Circa 16th century. AKA The Florentine Tulip or The Woodland Tulip, popularized by Thomas Jefferson in his Monticello garden. Blossoms are sweetly fragrant with sunshine yellow, elliptical petals that open distinctively green, fade to chartreuse and mature to yellow. A ...
$3.75–$12.50Turkestanica " Circa 1875. A multi-flowering tulip with star-shaped, white flowers with greyish purple tinge and an orangish yellow base. Good naturalizer. HZ: 5-8 5”" ...
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