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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Tulips 'Jimmy'

I have some tulips named 'Jimmy' in the side garden that are showing off this spring like never before.  I don't remember what year I planted them.  I do have photos of them as early as 2007.  I've never divided them or anything.  I couldn't help but showcase them today.








12 comments:

  1. What spectacular tulips and that last photo should be on a notecard!

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  2. I really like the color of these tulips. I remember them from last year and it's nice to see that they've come back again.

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  3. LOVE that color!! I finally have a few little clumps of tulips that have been there long enought that they produce quite a few blooms!! One of my fave flowers indeed!

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  4. They are beautiful. Thanks for showing them.

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  5. What a beautiful display you have there. I think the dwarfer tulips always give a much better effect when en-masse, and those certainly do. Good last photo as well!

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  6. What pretty little tulips! I agree with Maple Lane, put it on a notecard!

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  7. What beautiful tulips!

    Enjoy ~ FlowerLady

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  8. I love tulips, our are up early this season because of the mild temp, otherwise they come up in may and last to june.

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  9. These are beautiful tulips. We don't have much success with tulips, but yours have done very well.

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  10. Those are just beautiful! What a lovely color combination.

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  11. Wow---those are gorgeous. I love Tulips in big clumps like that.... Beautiful...

    Can you believe that we have an Iris blooming today--March 30???? Unbelievable.

    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  12. You have a very beautiful row of tulips indeed! They are just wonderful to see, the highlight of your garden perhaps? Being in the lawn maintenance Phoenix industry, it is inspiring to see various gardens with colorful and healthy flowers and plants that can brighten anyone's day.

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