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Are those species tulips? What a beautiful pink! I love the history of the true Lady Jane of England. Hopefully, yours will be queen for longer than 9 days!
Although it is related to the species, ‘Lady Jane’ is a named hybrid. There is some controversy about whether ‘Lady Jane’ is simply the species. I just know I like them. You can buy these pink and white tulips at several online bulb distributors anymore. Always choose a good reliable company though because the bulbs will be bigger. Oh, and yes, poor Lady Jane.
i love the species tulips. And she’s posing quite well for you in the first image. Thanks, Dee.
Thanks Patrick. I’m glad you like them.
Very pretty! I assume this lady is a lily-flowered tulip? I’m so enchanted by those types in my catalogs. Will have to find a spot in my garden (or a container) for some soon.
VW, she is a species hybrid really. Which I find all rather confusing, but there it is. The tulips closer to the species do better in our hotter climate.
She’s definitely a pretty ‘Lady’. 🙂
Thanks Racquel. Can’t wait to see what’s up in your garden too.
A big ‘hearty’ smile … luv it! Happy April, dear Dee 🙂
Thank you Joey. Happy April.
Lisa at Greenbow
What a sweet tulip. She is a beauty. No wonder you are taken with her.
Thanks Lisa. I do love her so.
She’s a beauty~I planted her this past fall and am thrilled she’s done so well. gail
Yes, let’s hope she overwinters well too.
Gotta have that one.
Greggo, glad I could help tempt you.
I need Lady Jane in my garden. And her fellow species tulip Cynthia should join her!
I think I have Cynthia too, but I’m not sure. Will need to research it a bit.
Hey Jo! Your comment ended up in spam. I’m so sorry. Glad I found you.
We love the dear Lady, as well, Dee, in all sorts of weather. Love that her heart opens for you, and us. 🙂
She is a lovely plant, and I always think about how we need to open our hearts wide for blessings like just getting to see her.
These should be sitting in a cut crystal vase while I sip wine and eat a good cheese on crustini.
Hi Jackie, I agree with you. They would be pretty there wouldn’t they? Plant some and you can do it.
Thanks for the beautiful tulip photos. And I love the red dirt road.
Keep up the fine work.
Thanks so much Timothy. Glad you liked it.