Tulipa greigii 'Pinocchio'
We like greigii tulips, with their broad patterned foliage and colorful mid-spring flowers. So far, it looks like they are nicely perennial for us, too - this year, their second in our garden, they came back with more flowers than the first. Much better than many others, which didn't bother to come back for a repeat.
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This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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April 24, 2004