Kind of a silly name. We tried a few of these last year and have to say that we loved them! Cherry red goblets overpainted with shades of pink whole white feathers the outer edges. Variegated foliage stands out in the vase and the garden. A color reversal of the beloved “Columbus”.
Tulips grow best in zones 4-7 where colder winters are more common. When planting outdoors most classes of tulips do not return every year, with the exception of the Darwin Hybrids and species. We grow them in pots and crates and compost the bulbs after they bloom.
Double Early/Peony. Mid. 12" stem length. Contains 15 bulbs.