Chameleon Tulips, which are about 2 feet tall are so named because they change color from a pale yellow to scarlet orange over time, from the moment the petals unfold. Taken in my spring garden.Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi
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thanks very much Dougie
How lovely!!!!!!!!!! OOO … do you have blossoming flowers already???
yah>>>>>> over there, see?? No, hon I have been rifling through my spring flowers from last year. I will probably miss my Tulips in lieu of Alaska this year, booooooohooooooo
So beautiful Vickie! Have never seen this before and it is gorgeous!
thanks Dottie, I’ve had this Tulip for quite some time and even dug them up once to redo the soil. They are starting over now, thank goodness most of them caught on. These are last years, still have snow on the flower beds here :-(
ooooo … yes I knew you were north of me … but thought maybe you lived in one of those mysterious banana belts or something!!!!! My tulip leaves are at about 3 to 4 inches out of the ground right now, the crocus are out and blooming (but the deer will eat them tonight, probably), and the daffies are at about 7 inches with the buds turning yellow. SOOOOON!!!!!! WHEEEE!!!!
I wanna be there!!!!!!!!!!! lol,,,,,,,,better get some photos in, I want to see them.
thanks so much Lori
thanks so much red
thank you Luda
thanks very much Scott
Just gorgeous Vickie, just gorgeous. I can almost catch it’s scent from here. :>)) Leslie
thanks very much hon, this is an oldtimer, one of my favorites, glad you like it
gorgeous !!! I love tulips
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