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I've seen them advertised in bulb catalogs. And, no I don't have any. If I did I'd have to put chicken wire around them to keep the deer out as they love tulips...must be because they are sweeter than daffodils which they leave alone.
A very beautiful tulip. I never see such one. Thanks.
Very unusual tulips but beautful, I have never seen them before either Thanks for the Horticulturallesson for today it's nice to see something different
Me either, Gene. Thank you! I looked it up and it's apparently a new variety. A little pricey, too.
Fantastic flower....never in my life did I think I would see one like this....great post Nana :)))
Thank you very much, pinknblack and Denise! You are most welcome! :)
I have never seen this before, absolutely amazing:-)))))I feel I could eat it:-))Thanks so much.........Denise
Nana, these a amazing and so different. I love to see things here I haven't seen before. Thanks.
Thank you smllpkg, carthill, lyndee, Gladstone, anitas, annjax, Sis, Chookies and ferretlady! So glad you enjoyed it!
These are yummy! Thanks for posting!
These are so beautiful and I agree, they look good enough to eat, thanks for this beautiful post, Nanax.
These are just so cool! I may have to be the first person on the block to get them! Thanks.
You can find them on the internet by typing in tulips.com ................
These are beautiful
Very different and nice to see.
They are quite different than any I have ever seen. Nice pic.
And they look good enough to eat too!
Wow! Learn or see something new every day on Jigidi. Wonder if they resemble a peony when fully open?
I haven't seen any either, loveydear. Yes, very unusual. I think they would be even prettier when fully opened.
Never have seen or heard of these before, they're very unusual aren't they!!! I wonder what they look like fully opened up???