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'Yellow Jewel' tulip (Tulipa batalinii 'Yellow Jewel')
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'Yellow Jewel' tulip (Tulipa batalinii 'Yellow Jewel')
'Yellow Jewel' tulip (Tulipa batalinii 'Yellow Jewel'). Photo: Wikimedia Commons user Ghislain118, licensed under Creative Commons 3.0 Unported
species tulips. this is "bright gem"
Botanical Tulips- supposedidly bloom longer and better than regular taller tulips...
Botanical (species) tulips - longer lived than hybrid tulips and will multiply
botanical tulip 3-8 full to part
Bulbs- Botanical Tulips Species tulips Often overshadowed by their taller cousins, species tulips are nevertheless much longer lived. In fact, while hybrid tulips tend to fizzle after a year or
Botanical Tulips Species tulips Often overshadowed by their taller cousins, species tulips are nevertheless much longer lived. In fact, while hybrid tulips tend to fizzle after
“Spring flowers” — judystoudt
Conte & Conte, LLC
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Tulips in planting beds
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Very nice but what comes up next? Tulips and grape hyacinth only last
Beds of tulips with contrasting purple
Tulips, tulips, and more tulips! Yes please!
Group the tulips & color coordinate
mass planting of tulips and hyacinths
visible planting beds- spring tulips and hyacinth, summer converts to veggie gardens. Whats the practicality of chickens on gravel?
like this combination raised bed with tulips
scilla as a colorful border to frame a more formal bulb garden or the early-season greens in a vegetable plot. Here, raised beds of pink and coral tulips are accentuated by grape hyacinth. Though a planting like this is stunning, you'll need to remove the bulbs after they bloom or add enough perennials
“Siiiiii” — casanueva12
Laughlin Design Associates, Inc.
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Clayson
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Do you have any issues with deer having access to your yard? If so, how do you keep them from your tulips! I live in Colorado in the foothills and they eat everything.
Rivers of tulips and daffodils. I like the colors of this one, warm pink and red tulips with the yellow, orange, and white of the daffodils.
Tulips are poisonous to pets but this looks good.
bad for dogs: daffodils and tulips is always welcome. But the bulbs are a source of toxins that can cause everything
display of daffodils and tulips is always welcome. But the bulbs are a source of toxins that can cause everything
A springtime display of daffodils and tulips is always welcome. But the bulbs are a source of toxins that can cause everything from drooling to convulsions and cardiac problems.
“tulips and daffodils” — anirao
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Glenna Partridge Garden Design
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Cottage Perennial
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These are Tulips. They are bulbs that are planted in the fall and bloom in the spring. The pink ones are Tulip 'Angelique' and the white ones are Tulip 'Tacoma'. I hope this helps.
my tulips in container next yr
Putting the tulips I your own pots in their containers
Tulips (tulipa). The most traditional tulips are Dutch hybrids
Nestle tulip bloom container in pots in spring
Tulips - plant in Fall? dump after bloom in West
Tulips (tulipa). The most traditional tulips are Dutch hybrids, and they're great in formal gardens, beds and containers. Or try some of the smaller species especially suited
TulipTulips and other spring-blooming bulbs add bright color to containers. While you can plant the container with the bulbs in fall, leaving it in a protected
“Tulips in planters” — Fei Deng
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Filoli
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like the tulips - very colorful
love tulips! like planted in pots all together for mass appeal
Yellow tulips, one of my great favorites!
plant tulips in pots in the fall
Tulips - could use other flowering plants - in pots line walkway
Highlight a pathway. This is such an easy idea to try at home. In fall plant large pots (lightweight pots are best) with layers of a single tulip variety and allow
Highlight a pathway. This is such an easy idea to try at home. In fall plant large pots (lightweight pots are best) with layers of a single tulip variety and allow them to grow in a sunny spot out of view. When they are all well budded and beginning to bloom, bring them out to flank wide pathways. For
another; this look is especially effective on steps, such as those shown here.You can still create this looks even if you did not remember to plant tulip bulbs in fall. Nurseries and garden centers are well stocked in spring with pots of blooming bulbs. In many instances you can simply drop the nursery
“very nice” — suzannewei
Kathleen Burke Design
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Kathleen Burke Design
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Like these colors of tulips!
Tulips and silverware
Tulips in shining silver
Tulips and silver...tulips zebra...Styling, tulips...love the tulips
“Tulips” — durannie
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Hemlock House
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Love this fence with beautiful statue and tulips .
The statue,tulips and the fence.
The tulips along the fence
tulips spring fence...Tulips by the fence...tulips look amazing...Loooooove tulips...Statue & tulips
“Fence” — sianyj
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
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Spring Tulips and Trellis Design
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historic home over looking the scenic Hudson River. A white trellis screens the street. Brick and blue stone were used for the walkway. A blend of tulips were used for some striking spring color. This front yard entry garden is located in Palisades, NY. Landscape design and installation services in the
I want tulips everywhere! I love this!
You cannot have too many tulips!
might be able to put tulips in courtyard area or in tubs on terrace--deer can't climb?
love tulips - especially pink/white for grey sided house. Like large groupings....
“might be able to put tulips in courtyard area or in tubs on terrace--deer can't climb?” — musicadvisor
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