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.
Pack of 8 Top Sized Tulip Bulbs "Princess Irene" - Immediate Shipping!
Named after a Dutch Princess, this variety was first introduced in 1949. It has pale orange petals that are flushed with purple and are sweetly scented. Their short, sturdy stems make them ideal for growing in windy or exposed positions and they rarely get flattened by heavy spring downpours.
Zones: 3-8 and Height 12-15"
Uses: Beds, Borders, Cut Flowers
Orange with purple flames!
Product Information Specifications for Tulip Bulbs "Princess Irene" - Pack of 8 Top Sized Tulip Bulbs for Fall Planting - Orange Tulips Below:
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
Bouquet of Long Stemmed Orange Roses (Dozen) and Scharffen Berger Chocolate - With 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.
The large snowy blossoms of this gleaming white Japanese variety is a rare color breakthrough for Darwin Hybrids. Also known as 'White Cloud', the strong stems of 'Hakuun' withstand winds, making it especially suitable for garden beds. Good choice for cut flowers, mid-season. Darwin Hybrid Tulips are all single-flowered cultivars with long-lasting flowers on strong stems that make them perfect for bedding and for cutting. The brilliant colors of these very popular Tulips show up beautifully in the landscape. Darwins usually give an excellent performance for several years, making them among the best perennial Tulips. They are also good companions with Daffodils and force well. Wind and weather resistant.