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Tulip, Single Late Hybrids

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Single late tulips are also sometimes called May flowering tulips because in most regions they bloom in May after all other types of tulips have finished. These tall tulips grow up to 30 inches tall, making them excellent as cut flowers. They come in a wide range of colors, including red, yellow, orange, pink, purple, black, and white as well as bicolors and blends.

Pictured above: Dreamland tulip

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3-8

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more varieties for Tulip, single late hybrids

Antoinette tulip
Antoinette tulip
(Tulipa 'Antoinette') changes color with age. It opens with pale yellow buds, gradually develops pink edges, and eventually turns completely salmon-orange. This changeable quality has earned it the nickname of Chameleon tulip. Each stem typically produces 4-5 scented blossoms in mid- to late spring on stems to 18 inches tall. Zones 3-8
Avignon tulip
Avignon tulip
(Tulipa 'Avignon') is vivid red-orange. Inside, the petals are tomato red with a yellow base. This single late tulip grows on stems to 30 inches tall. Zones 3-8
Blushing Lady tulip
Blushing Lady tulip
(Tulipa 'Blushing Lady') combines the warm glow of pink, orange, and yellow in a soft rosy flame of a flower atop stems to 30 inches tall. It is excellent as a cut flower. Zones 3-8
Dreamland tulip
Dreamland tulip
(Tulipa 'Dreamland') appears as if its rosy-fuchsia petals have been air brushed in pastel pink, creating an alluring, dreamlike color for late spring flowerbeds. Its large blooms are borne on sturdy stems to 24 inches tall. Zones 3-8
Queen of the Night tulip
Queen of the Night tulip
(Tulipa 'Queen of the Night') is one of the darkest purple tulips. The deep maroon flowers are poised on strong stems and look like black goblets. They appear in late spring on plants that grow 2 feet tall. Zones 3-9
Zomerschoon tulip
Zomerschoon tulip
(Tulipa 'Zomerschoon') is an heirloom variety with irregular feathering and streaks of color in its petals. This strawberry-and-cream color tulip dates back to the 1620s. Zones 3-8

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