14–18" tall. Late Spring blooms, Z3-7, 12cm/up bulbs. Div11.
Double Late “Peony” Tulip Mix
Div1 Single Early Cup-shaped long-lasting flowers. The oldest class of cultivars. Good for forcing. ES.
Div2 Double Early Semi- to fully double ruffled flowers on short sturdy stems. ES.
Div3 Triumph Cup-shaped flowers in the largest palette of colors. The best class for forcing. Foliage dies back early; easily removed or overplanted. MS.
Div4 Darwin Hybrid Large long-blooming weather-resistant ovoid flowers on tall stems. MS-LS.
Div5 Single Late Cup- or goblet-shaped flowers, includes Mayflowering, Cottage, Breeder and Darwin tulips. Tall, in a wide range of colors. LS.
Div6 Lily-flowered Pointed reflexed petals and a slender “waist.” Similar to the Ottoman tulips. LS.
Div7 Fringed A finely cut fringe on the petal edge. Also known as Crispa tulips. LS.
Div8 Viridiflora “Green Flower” tulips have a broad green flame up the outside of the petals. LS.
Div9 Rembrandt Broken colors; all modern cultivars also belong to another class based on their shape.
Div10 Parrot Feathered, curled, twisted petal edges. The bud is said to resemble a parrot’s beak. MS-LS.
Div11 Double Late Fully doubled ruffled flowers, commonly called Peony tulips. LS.
Div12 Kaufmanniana Low-growing, wide opening; perennialize well. Also called Waterlily tulips. VE-ES.
Div13 Fosteriana Large single flowers with long petals in rich vivid colors. Reasonably long-lived, good for forcing. Also called Emperor tulips. ES.
Div14 Greigii Large blooms, short stems; perennialize well. Foliage is streaked or mottled burgundy. ES.
Div15 Species Wild types and their cultivars.