Yellow Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera) Zones 4 to 9 Grows 70 to 100 feet tall Full Sun An amazing and fast growing hardwood shade tree from the eastern forest. Yellow poplar often exceeds 100 feet in height and 4-6 feet in diameter. It grows rapidly on many soil types but performs best on moist, rich, well-drained soils. It does not adapt well to very wet or very dry sites. Yellow poplar is very intolerant of shade and requires full sunlight for best growth. Seedlings and young trees are very susceptible to fire and mechanical damage. The wood is straight grained and even textured making it desirable for a variety of uses. Yellow poplar is a prized ornamental with its large, conspicuous flowers, tulip-shaped leaves, and brilliant yellow foliage in autumn. The seeds are eaten by birds and other small wildlife. Bare root, average 15" to 25"
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Darwin tulips are the best mid-season Tulips for large flowers, strong stems, and clear bright colors. Good for large scale plantings, and masses of strong color. Due to the restrictions of International Customs, we are unable to ship this item outside of the United States
20 Tequila Sunrise Mixture Tulip Bulbs - Tulipa Darwin Hybrid
Brand: Daylily Nursery
A pleasing blend of colors will add some excitement to your garden this spring! Full Sun, Partial Shade 20"-22" Tall Blooms mid spring 12/+cm Zone 2-8 Darwin Hybrid: These are the most popular landscape varieties. Beautiful mid-season blooms which stand tall on very sturdy stems. Most varieties make excellent choices for cut flowers, as well as forcing. Many of these varieties perennialize well. When to plant your tulip bulbs for a colorful garden next spring: Plant bulbs from October to December; Tulip bulbs can actually be planted up until Christmas and still flower perfectly well in the following spring because they only need a short season of growth.
Tulip Bulbs "Princess Irene" - Pack of 8 Top Sized Tulip Bulbs for Fall Planting - Orange Tulips
Tulip triumph Princess Irene has a unique orange with red to fushia flames. Triumphs are the traditional tulip shape that stands up to bad weather and best choice for forcing! Tulip Princess Irene is a delightful color combination of orange with purple flames. One of the longest lasting blossoms in the spring, blooming in late April flowers are in full color until the end of May. They are ideal for planting in containers with pansies or with Greigii Tulips such as Mother's Love. Blooms mid-late spring.