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Tulip, greigii hybrids
Greigii tulips are also known as Greig's tulips and Turkestan tulips, a reference to the geographic origin of the species from which these hybrids derive. They are shorter than most tulips, averaging about 10 inches tall. Flowers appear in midspring. Most varieties are bright shades of red, yellow, pink, white, or bicolor combinations of these hues. The foliage tends to be mottled in purple, creating additional texture in the garden.
Because greigii tulips are short, they're perfect for the front of the border, rock gardens, or container plantings. They naturalize well.
Pictured above: Rob Verlinden tulip
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Part Sun, Sun
From 6 inches to 3 feet
To 6 inches wide