Tulip Yosemite

This Mrs. John T. Scheepers and Don Quichotte crossing, previously called Wilja, is dark rose-pink with a purplish glow. It changes in hue and iridescence as it matures, and appears more pink or more cherry-rose in varying levels of sunlight. It has an interior, creamy ivory base that is variably edged with dark periwinkle striations. It sizzles brilliantly with Single Late Tulips Avignon and Dordogne. Tulip Class: Single Late. Bulb size: 12 cm/up. May. HZ: 3-8. 26".

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  • Single Late Tulips

    Also known as Darwin or Cottage Tulips and Scheepers Hybrids, Single Late Tulips are perhaps the most popular of all. These long, strong-stemmed Tulips are ideal for both cutting and mass border plantings due to their consistent and reliable performance. Offering an extensive rainbow of colors from white to near black, Single Late Tulips have large, shapely flowers. Scheepers Hybrids, often referred to as French Tulips, are prized for their large, chalice-shaped flowers and genetic vitality. All offspring of the ever-enchanting, tetraploid Tulip Mrs. John T. Scheepers, they include Avignon, Belle du Monde, Camargue, Dordogne, La Courtine, Maureen, Menton, Renown and Yosemite. Top size bulbs: at least 12 cm. Bloom time: May. Plant 6" to 8" deep and 6" apart. Horticultural zones 3-8. Height: 16" to 30" depending on the variety.

    Tulips are The Art & Soul of Spring.

    Tulip Horticultural Tips

Single Late Tulips

Also known as Darwin or Cottage Tulips and Scheepers Hybrids, Single Late Tulips are perhaps the most popular of all. These long, strong-stemmed Tulips are ideal for both cutting and mass border plantings due to their consistent and reliable performance. Offering an extensive rainbow of colors from white to near black, Single Late Tulips have large, shapely flowers. Scheepers Hybrids, often referred to as French Tulips, are prized for their large, chalice-shaped flowers and genetic vitality. All offspring of the ever-enchanting, tetraploid Tulip Mrs. John T. Scheepers, they include Avignon, Belle du Monde, Camargue, Dordogne, La Courtine, Maureen, Menton, Renown and Yosemite. Top size bulbs: at least 12 cm. Bloom time: May. Plant 6" to 8" deep and 6" apart. Horticultural zones 3-8. Height: 16" to 30" depending on the variety.

Tulips are The Art & Soul of Spring.

Tulip Horticultural Tips

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