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Old Tulips around the yard.

Posted by newyorkrita z6b/7a LI NY (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 21, 11 at 17:47

The tulips in spots around the garden that have been here for years are mostly open by now.

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Red Doubles that have been here for years.

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Tulips at the base of an old rose.

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The sideyard rose bed that has some leftover tulips.

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Closer on the tulips.

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Way upstairs in my backyard. I have this row I planted about four years ago of tulips and daffs mixed.

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Another spot in that row.

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Shrub Serviceberries in the backyard just started blooming.


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RE:And a daff

And here is a picture of a split corona daff that is new in my garden (planted last fall). I just don't care for this look at all.


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RE: Old Tulips around the yard.

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Would help if I added the picture!


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RE: Old Tulips around the yard.

WOW! I love that daffy!


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RE: Old Tulips around the yard.

You are so lucky to have tulips as perennials in your garden, Rita! Lovely pictures - always enjoy "walking" through your garden.


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RE: Old Tulips around the yard.

I used to have lots more. I plant, they decrease. This is whats left. Then I plant more.


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RE: Old Tulips around the yard.

Today is lovely, warm and sunny. Here are more tulip blooms around the yard from tulips that have been here afew years.

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The sideyard.

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Closeup

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Red open peony types.

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These are upstairs.

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Another Group

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Closeup of the red double.


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