We continue to get acquainted with the charming debutants of the spring Tulip exhibition. And today you will see the best representatives of several garden classes: Terry early and Terry late, Simple late, Parrot, Greig’s.
Prepare a Notepad and pen to write down the names of the varieties you like, and meet the debutants!
New garden class Terry early
Constant participants of Parades. With enviable constancy, they strike our imagination with new facets of their beauty: Terry tulips look like peonies and roses, their flowers look very luxurious.
‘Alison Bradley’ Variety
The name variety is dedicated to Alison Bradley, editor-in-chief of Fusion Flowers magazine. The height of the peduncles is 20-35 cm, the diameter of dark red Cup-shaped flowers is 8-10 cm.
Blooms early — in the first days of April. Good in the foreground in spring flower beds, rockeries, low wide garden vases.
Up to 40 cm high, with bright pink Cup-shaped flowers up to 10 cm in diameter, whose petals are edged with a thin white border; aroma with notes of honey, anise, licorice sweets.
Beautiful in flower beds, long stands in the cut. A fine grading variety.
Created in 2009 It has strong peduncles 40-50 cm high. Flowers are Cup-shaped, up to 10 cm in diameter. Red-orange petals are decorated with a dark crimson back and yellow border.
A bright newcomer for the spring spectacular compositions in mixborders, rockeries. Beautiful in the cut. Suitable for distillation.
Charming newcomer with a height of 40-45 cm The petals are pale pink, with a white back. Fragrant.
Great in romantic gardens, looks very impressive in the border, grows well in vases. Cross-section.
Bright red novelty with a peduncle height of about 30 cm. A Cup-shaped flower with a diameter of 9 cm.
Effective in spring flower beds, borders, containers. Suitable for distillation on hydroponics. Cross-section.
‘Marie Jo’ Variety
The bright yellow named debutant is similar to the already familiar ‘Monte Carlo’ variety, but is taller — up to 55 cm. Peony-shaped flowers 8-10 cm in diameter.
Luxurious in groups; good in spring flower beds, borders, rockeries, garden vases. Grazing variety.
‘Orange Princess’ Variety
A magnificent multi-color debutant, created in 1983. This is a sport, that is, a plant with different characteristics from the variety (in this case ‘Prinses Irene’). Already titled: has the TGA-KAVB award 1983.
The height of the peduncle is up to 25 cm; the peony-shaped flower is bright orange, with a dark crimson-lilac back, 10 cm in diameter.
Effective in flower beds, stony gardens. It can be planted in wide garden vases, and in the presence of a large number of bulbs — arrays on the edge of the lawn.
‘Red Princess’ Variety
This new product is a sport from the ‘Orange Princess’ variety.
The height of the peduncle is 25-45 cm. Peony-shaped flowers 10 cm in diameter, dark red, with a crimson back. Luxurious in any place of planting: spring mixborders and borders, rockeries and containers, ideal for cutting. Bouquets of flowers of this variety look really great!
One of the most mysterious debutants of the Parade. It is 45-50 cm high, a peony-shaped maroon flower with a diameter of 8-10 cm.
The peduncle is durable, resistant to lodging from wind and rain. It will become a spectacular accent in flower beds and containers. Grading and cutting variety. It looks very nice in compositions with light-white, cream — varieties. Such, for example, as the next debutant.
An exquisite novelty with a height of 25-30 cm. The flower is Cup-shaped, 8-10 cm in diameter; along the back of the petals of a noble cream color is a light crimson shade.
Suitable for exquisite spring compositions in flower beds and containers.
‘Purple Sky’ Variety
A beautiful debutant 25-30 cm high with Cup-shaped purple flowers 8-10 cm in diameter.
Very and very effective in groups, arrays. It is perfect for forcing and cutting.
‘Yellow Margarita’ Variety
Bright yellow branded novelty up to 30 cm high. Flowers are Cup-shaped, 8-10 cm in diameter.
Beautiful in contrasting compositions with blue, blue forget-me-nots, Muscari. Suitable for growing in containers, low wide garden vases.