The Darwin Hybrid Tulips were created by crossing the Fosteriana Tulips with the old Darwin Tulips (now part of the Single Late Class). Along with the Single Late Tulips, Darwin Hybrids are the tallest tulips available. Darwin Hybrid Tulips are known for the HUGE size of their brilliantly coloured flowers. The blossoms are an almost perfect pyramid shaped when closed, but they can measure as much as 6" (15 cm) in diameter when fully opened. Because of their long stems, lovely pyramid shape, and brilliant colours, Darwin Hybrids are often considered the very best type of tulip to raise for cut flowers. However, there are definite advantages to growing them for beds and borders, especially in areas where they can be sheltered from strong winds. Unlike many types of tulip which only look well for the first couple of years, Darwin Hybrid Tulips will come back looking great year after year (provided you don't cut the leaves off after blooming). As a result, you will sometimes hear them called "perennial" tulips.
Pack of 50 Giant Darwin Tulips - Assorted Colors - You won't find anything bigger!
Blooms Mid April to May. 20" to 24". Zones 3-7.
20-26" Tall - Immediate Shipping
Remember: Tulips are The Art & Soul of Spring!
Huge blooms, tall sturdy stems and gorgeous colours are sure to wow friends and neighbours!
Product Information Specifications for The Giant Darwin Hybrid Tulip Mixture - 50 Bulbs Below:
Manufacturer: Madelaine Chocolate Novelties
Brand: Madelaine Chocolate Company
Tulips are semi-solid highly molded milk chocolate tulips covered in colorful life-like foils (yellow, pink, white, red with white, orange with yellow, purple). Each tulip is 3/4 ounce of delicious premium chocolate and arrive on a 14 inch stem. Sold as a bouquet wrapped in wax florist paper, bouquet sleeve, and matching ribbon.
These tulips offer the best mid-season Tulips for large flowers, strong stems, and clear bright colors. Great for naturalizing landscapes, and creating stunning borders, edgings or rock gardens. Due to the restrictions of International Customs, we are unable to ship this item outside of the United States.
Long Stemmed Orange Roses (Dozen) and Scharffen Berger Chocolate - Without Vase
These cheerful orange roses are a lively way to combat the grays or contribute to any celebration. This bouquet will be warmly welcomed by its receiver no matter what day it is. Comes with Premium Scharffen Berger Chocolate 3 Bar Bundle.
Red Parade Tulip Bulbs - Giant Darwin Tulip - Pack of 8 Bulbs
Parade is the Darwin Hybrid famous for pure, luscious red-orange. A group of these in the garden are always stunning, and always look 'good enough to eat.' Even though it's more red than orange, the bright red-orange glow of 'Parade' makes it a widely-planted favorite in Holland, where the Royal Family is 'The House of Orange.' About Darwin Hybrid Tulips: Early in the 20th Century, a talented Dutch hybridizer named Lefeber worked long and hard with a wild tulip called 'Tulipa fosteriana' from Central Asia. It is red, and from it, he hybridized the group that became known as the Emperor Tulips. The world-famous Red Emperor was introduced in 1931, and is what we now call a member of the 'Fosteriana Tulip' group. In fact, Red Emperor's official variety name is 'Madame Lefeber' in honor of the original hybridizer's wife. Even though the Red Emperor and other fosterianas were instant sensations, the hybridizers were not satisfied. They were fascinated by what were then called simply 'Darwin Tulips'. These were large-flowered tulips in clear colors on tall stems, but without any perennial qualities. The Emperors, being close to a wild species, were quite perennial, so they crossed the two groups. And voila! Darwin Hybrid Tulips were born, with the best qualities of both groups. Ever since, the Darwin Hybrids have set the standards worldwide for tall graceful, large flowered perennial tulips. Apeldoorn, the famous red tulip that is now No. 1 in the US, was introduced in 1951 by D. W...
Specifications Daffodils make exellent cut flowers Daffodils are gorwn for thier attractive flowers Daffodils are known for being one of the first signs that spring is on its way Professor Einstein has vibrant orange cups that stand out against th wite outer petals Jetfire has backsweeping yellow petals with an inner trumpet aht ages to an orange-red color Princess Irene, a fragrant tulip as a delightful color combination of orange with purple flames Not for human consumption Complete planting and care instructions are included