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Tulip, Viridiflora Hybrids

Tulipa

Viridiflora tulips all have green streaks on their petals. In fact, the name comes from the Latin words for green and flower. However, green is far from the only color on their blooms. They are available in shades of yellow, white, pink, red, orange, purple, or dual tones.

Flowering time of viridiflora tulips is variable, but most are late-season bloomers, and the flowers are long-lasting. Stem heights range from 16 to 24 inches tall.

Pictured above: Flaming Springgreen tulip

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1 to 3 feet

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To 6 inches wide

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3-8

how to grow Tulip, viridiflora hybrids

more varieties for Tulip, viridiflora hybrids

Flaming Spring Green tulip
Flaming Spring Green tulip
(Tulipa 'Flaming Spring Green') provides a burst of color with its red-streaked petals of cream and green. This late-season bloomer grows to 20 inches tall. Zones 3-8
Red Spring Green tulip
Red Spring Green tulip
(Tulipa 'Red Spring Green') appears rosy red with green stripes on the outer petals, but opens to a clear red on the interior of petals. It makes an excellent cut flower. Stems are 16 inches long. Zones 3-8
Spring Green tulip
Spring Green tulip
(Tulipa 'Spring Green') has creamy-white blooms with feathery yellow-green zones on the petals. The blooms make good cut flowers. 'Spring Green' tulip grows on stems that are 16 inches tall. 3-8
Yellow Spring Green tulip
Yellow Spring Green tulip
(Tulipa 'Yellow Spring Green') looks just like its namesake, 'Spring Green', except the flowers are primrose-yellow and green instead of creamy-white. Like its sister, it grows 16 inches tall and works well in flower arrangements. Zones 3-8

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