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Deirdre Viridiflora Tulip

Posted by nutsaboutflowers 2b/3a (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 13, 10 at 0:46

Has anyone grown these?

They're on the Botanus website and they're quite unique.

I might just have to get some =:)

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RE: Deirdre Viridiflora Tulip

I've had some viridiflora tulips and yes, they are unique! Mine is/was Chinatown, i believe. I don't think it turned up this year.

RE: Deirdre Viridiflora Tulip

I don't grow many tulips but I do have Chinatown and I love them especially because of their variegated foliage that is very attractive. I'm not sure of their longevity but I have had them for several years and would certainly consider planting them as an annual. I've seen some other viridiflora tulips that I would consider as well; I definately would recommend them.

RE: Deirdre Viridiflora Tulip

I grew the deirdre tulips last year--they are quite lovely. They looked wonderful in my mixed woodland garden.

RE: Deirdre Viridiflora Tulip

Well, I planted 10 Deirdre today. I put them 2" or so deeper than they say to. Botanus advised me to do that. I'll post next spring whether they came up or not.

RE: Deirdre Viridiflora Tulip

My Deirdre tulips came up and they were spectacular !

The unique green, white, and yellow looked really nice with the Little Giant Cedars, and Blizzard Mock Orange, and Arctic Primula (?)

I sure hope they come up again next year. They were well worth the money even if they don't last more than one year.

RE: Deirdre Viridiflora Tulip

You need to get a new computer so you can post pictures! Of course, that might cut into your garden budget, eh? But you can do monthly payments.... LOL

I have one viriflora that has turned up out of the mixed tulips i bought last year. Might be a Spring Green. I had them as well but don't see them anywhere this spring.

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