Holy Schamoley! From the fully double pink petals tipped with white to the hosta-like variegated foliage this tulip will absolutely blow you away.
These fully double tulips have large, ruffled petals that resemble peonies, in fact, they are sometimes referred to as Peony Tulips. Some are fragrant and all have flower heads that can reach up to 4 inches, 10 cm across which not only adds to their allure in the garden but as cut flowers as well. Just imagine your own home-made bouquet overflowering with a few of these spectacular blooms! They are considered late spring bloomers so if you're looking to extend your spring flowering season they're the perfect choice.