Tulip time!



I planted these 'Negrita' tulips as a companion to the pink PJM Rhodies Olga Mezitt.  Purple and pink are great colors for a spring garden!


Tulips make such a splash in the garden - I once planted some for a client and he liked them so much that the following fall he planted hundreds more!  Here are some photos from his tulip display:


Tulips at a client's property  Jan Johnsen


tulips around a Kwanzan Cherry tree that we planted

Tulips along a fence - a classic pairing

Comments

  1. I would love tulips in the front garden. Unfortunately, so do the deer.

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    1. Rude reality can get in the way...this property has deer fencing.

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  2. They look more like rhododendrons than roses :>)

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  3. Wow...talk about spring energy! Great combination, Jan.

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    1. Thanks Maggie! you can never go wrong with pink and purple in spring

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  4. Beautiful tulips and rhodes, they go so well together, thank you for sharing

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  5. Pretty combination! The last few years I've planting pink/purple combinations of many flowers. Just love the colors!

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    1. isn't it fun? like jellybean colors...

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  6. Wow, look at these flowers, aren't they beautiful? Love them and what makes it more beautiful is purple color which happens to be my favorite

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    1. purple is fast becoming the world's favorite color - taking over blue as the fave.

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  7. There is a lots of flower images are there in it.Cartincoupon.com

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  8. Jan, you have done good work here, wish I had lawn in my home to have view of these flowers in real life.

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  9. Tulips look beautiful in all the colors no matter its red white or pink. But if you have vriety it will look beautiful just like i can see in these pictures. You gave well maintained your garden.

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