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Old 03-20-2012, 05:55 PM   #1
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They come up during Spring, but I would like to put more around our home. The previous owner planted them. Whatt are they?
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Old 03-20-2012, 06:04 PM   #2
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That is a Tulip,I believe----One of springs first bloomers---

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That is a Tulip,I believe----One of springs first bloomers---
Yes but I need the specific type so I can buy more. Red with yellow in the middle is very unique.
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http://healthyhomegardening.com/Plant.php?pid=1047

Try google images for more.
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[quote=dinosaur1;881690]Yes but I need the specific type so I can buy more. Red with yellow in the middle is very unique.[/quote]



not really, probably the most common tulip out there
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Yes but I need the specific type so I can buy more. Red with yellow in the middle is very unique.
Red & Yellow Tulip?

Actually, there are dozens (hundreds?) of tulip varieties. Burgess Seed & Plant Co. might have something - or any number of other catalog nurseries. Stroll through some local greenhouses. You might get lucky.
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Red & Yellow Tulip?

Actually, there are dozens (hundreds?) of tulip varieties. Burgess Seed & Plant Co. might have something - or any number of other catalog nurseries. Stroll through some local greenhouses. You might get lucky.
Sounds impossible to identify. I see so many similar ones.
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Take that picture around to the local nurseries in your area. Chances are the previous owners bought it from one of them and they might be able to recognize it.

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