An old heirloom from 1857, this easy-growing American native has up to 3"-wide globes comprised of sparkling, starry white flowers with jewel-like, pale lavender stamens and very pale pink midveins. Plant it in substantive clusters for the best effect. Blooms around May-June and grows 12" to 16" tall. Best in Zones 4-8.
Petals marked with contrasting shades of warm burgundy and orange make for a show-stopping display. If you’re looking to make an impression, the early spring flowering tulip Princess Irene will add a unique touch when used in the landscape or as a cut flower of distinction. As this tulip has short, sturdy stems, it is the perfect size for a container and it also makes a good bedding plant. Blooms Mid to Late Spring and grows 12-16" inches tall.
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