Green Thumb Sunday - Tulips and Allium May 06, 2007 Tulip 'Deidre'Allium I'm in the garden today...Join Green Thumb Sunday Comments ChristaSun May 06, 09:18:00 AM 2007I love those purple allium flowers. We have a few of them around our community garden.Enjoy your garden today!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyACeySun May 06, 10:21:00 AM 2007lucky you in the garden! It's too cold for getting much done today here in my little corner of zone 5ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyRUTHSun May 06, 11:59:00 AM 2007A very unusual tulip...lve it. Mt alliums are just starting to flower.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJeanSun May 06, 01:32:00 PM 2007Great pictures! The tulip is sure interesting. I love the Allium. Planted my first last fall. I can't wait to see it!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMrBrownThumbSun May 06, 01:53:00 PM 2007Carol,Thanks for posting the 'Deidre' photo. I was about to come and ask you about that Tulip.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymousSun May 06, 02:12:00 PM 2007Very unusual tulip variety!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyKiSun May 06, 08:44:00 PM 2007I love that unusual tulip Deidre. The wild form of the petals and green white color makes it a special plant. My preference is usually for the uncommon.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyKylee BaumleSun May 06, 09:30:00 PM 2007My Deidre ended up with just ONE bloom. Lots of foliage, but no blooms. All the rest did fine, pretty much, but maybe this one got damaged by the weird winter and spring we had.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCarol MichelMon May 07, 08:43:00 AM 2007All... thanks for the nice comments. 'Deidre' is one of those tulips that makes you stop and look again!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplynordwolkeTue May 08, 01:48:00 AM 2007Wow! I think I have never seen such an interesting tulip. I would love to see it in reality. Thanks for showing!!!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Comments are to a blog what flowers are to a garden. Sow your thoughts here and may all your comments multiply as blooms in your garden. Though there is never enough time to respond to each comment individually these days, please know that I do read and love each one and will try to reciprocate on your blog.By the way, if you are leaving a comment just so you can include a link to your business site, the garden fairies will find it and compost it!