This 'expressive' tulip changes colour as it matures: the creamy yellow areas fade to white allowing the red flames to be more prominent. Quite spectacular.
Adored for their timeless beauty, Single Late Tulips can be found listed in catalogues from the 1920's and are just as popular today. These classic flowers are usually rectangular in shape being flat across the top and bottom. The colour palette of choices is amazing and because they are late spring bloomers they're perfect for extending your spring flowering season. Single Lates are ideal for mass plantings in beds and borders and are wonderful in cut flower arrangements.