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Tulip, fosteriana hybrids
Fosteriana tulips bloom early in the spring with large cup-shape flowers. The large bloom size has earned them the alternate name of Emperor tulips. The flowers may be red, orange, yellow, pink, or white, and some varieties are fragrant. Foliage may be glossy green or gray-green. Some are mottled or striped with maroon.
Use Fosteriana tulips in mass plantings, beds and borders, or containers. They naturalize well.
Pictured above: Orange Emporer tulip
Part Sun, Sun
1 to 3 feet
To 6 inches wide