We continue to get acquainted with new varieties of tulips. Today, the focus of our attention will be charming representatives of the classes Darwin’s hybrids, Fringed and Liliales. The presentation of varieties goes through the prism of garden classes, and this is not only more competent from a Botanical point of view, but also convenient in the practice of the florist.
After all, the name of the class-Terry early, Terry late, Simple early, Simple late-tells you when to wait for their flowering and, accordingly, what neighbors to choose for them.
Representatives of the Triumph class are easier to build. It is more difficult to combine pompous Terry, mysterious fringed, elegant Liliales, exotic green-flowered and dapper parakeets.
To create harmonious plant compositions, you will have to take into account all the nuances of their creation. In this case, data about the height of the peduncle, color of the flower will help you navigate in choosing the right variety.
It is a pity, but this year not all garden classes presented their debutants — they do not have green-flowered, very few have Liliales. But enough with the introductions! I invite you to continue your pleasant acquaintance with the debutants of the Sadu parade.
New garden class Darwin hybrids
‘Blushing Apeldoorn’ Variety
Luxury novelty 55-65 cm high with an orange-yellow glass 7 cm high.
Very beautiful in flower beds and in cutting.
‘Olympic Flame’ Variety
Created in 1971. The height of the peduncle is approximately 50-60 cm. A spectacular bright yellow glass, whose petals are painted in red, up to 7 cm high.
It is effective in spring flower garden compositions, in cutting. Suitable for distillation.
‘Salmon Van Eijk’ Variety
A very beautiful debutant with a peduncle height of up to 45-50 cm, with a salmon-pink goblet-shaped flower about 8 cm high.
Obtained by Dutch breeders in 2009 from the ‘Van Eijk’ variety.
‘Spryng Break’ Variety
This debutant is an amazing “chameleon”. At the very beginning of flowering, it is white-yellow-red.
Later, the yellow color from its petals mysteriously disappears, and the color becomes white-pink-red.
When the bloom is nearing its end, its petals are painted in exquisite pink and cream tones. The height of the peduncle is 40 cm; the glass is 8 cm.
Very beautiful on a cloudy day when the flower is closed. In modern trade catalogs, its bulbs can be sold as varieties of the Rembrandt class. Self-sufficient in the spring flower beds, well worth it in the vase life.
Surprisingly beautiful, has already become popular in this garden class pink-red variety-a novelty height of 55-65 cm, a glass — up to 8 cm.
It is interesting in large and small groups in spring flower beds, rockeries, suitable for cutting.
Despite the success of breeders in obtaining new beautiful tulips of various garden classes, there are no competitors for varieties of Darwin hybrids in urban flowerbeds!
Varieties-novelties of the Fringed class
Surprisingly beautiful and diverse are the debutants of this class, whose flowers are crowned with an elegant fringe along the edge of the petals.
Geographical debutant up to 55 cm high and a dazzling white flower glass with a fringe 8 cm high.
A fine grading variety.
Named variety up to 60 cm high; a large red glass with a contrasting bright yellow border on the edge of the petals 10-11 cm high.
Resistant to wind and rain. In the spring flower garden can set accents. It looks great in the cut. Excellent grading variety.
A stunningly spectacular debutant 40-50 cm high, whose bright yellow petals seem to be touched by narrow red flames; a glass up to 6-8 cm high.
The variety is full of expression, as is the Spanish dance of the same name. It will become an absolute decoration of flower beds; it is suitable for seasonal borders and cutting.
On the parade in the Garden, its flower stalks were about 20 cm high, the dark red fringed glass-up to 8 cm.
Due to its low growth, the variety is suitable for growing not only in flower beds in the foreground, but also in garden vases, low spring flower borders.
‘Louvre Orange’ Variety
Do you remember its relative, the ‘Louvre’ variety, which debuted at the Garden parade in 2016?
This year, the beauty of it is not inferior to the purple-orange ‘Louvre Orange’ with a height of about 50 cm peduncle, glass – up to 7-8 cm.
One of the most fashionable color combinations last year still excites the feelings of florists. The variety is very elegant, and it will place accents in the spring flower garden. Long stands in the cut.
A beautiful novice up to 30-40 cm tall, dark crimson glass with an elegant fringe around the edges of the petals about 7 cm high.
The Borst Bloembollen variety was created in 2016. it is Good in spring compositions in mixborders and rockeries. Grazing variety.
This magnificent new product was created in 1968 by Segers Bros, the Netherlands. The height of the peduncle is 50-60 cm, a narrow glass of light yellow color with almost white fringe reaches a height of 7 cm.
It is good in large, small groups. Flowering later. In compositions can make beautiful duets with purple varieties.
Very beautiful debutant height up to 45 cm and a glass up to 6-7 cm; bright yellow petals on the edge are decorated with the thinnest fringe of the same color.
Luxurious in spring compositions, in the cut. A fine grading variety.
Varieties-new Liliales class
Thin peduncles, elegant flower shape — all tulips of this class are refined and refined. And today I am happy to present you the worthy representatives of Liliales, who successfully debuted at the exhibition in the Garden.
The weather did not allow it to appear before visitors in all its glory: with a standard peduncle of 45-50 cm on the parade, it barely reached the 35 cm mark. Dark purple flower is large-8-9 cm.
Beautiful in the spring and mixborders and in rockeries. Suitable for cutting (stands in water for a long time).
‘Red Shine’ Variety
A beautiful novelty 50-60 cm high. The flower is bright red, 7-8 cm high.
Blooms late. This year, on the southern coast of Crimea, its spectacular flowering began in the second half of April.