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Tulipa ‘Flaming Parrot’

Tulipa ‘Flaming Parrot’ is part of the Liliaceae family of plants. It is a spring flowering, bulbous perennial. They also call it Tulip ‘Flaming Parrot, Parrot Tulip, Spring Tulip ‘Flaming Parrot’.

Tulipa 'Flaming Parrot'
Tulipa ‘Flaming Parrot’

Parrot Tulips look like works of art each flower original and different. Tulipa ‘Flaming Parrot’ has serrated petals. The flowers start as green and blossom into bright striped colors of yellow and red. This tulip grows about 26in or 50cm tall.

Tulipa 'Flaming Parrot'
Tulipa ‘Flaming Parrot’ at Kew Garden, London, UK

How to grow Tulipa ‘Flaming Parrot‘:

Grow it in the sun. Plant it in rich, fertile, and moist but well-drained soil. Use any soil type acid, alkaline to neutral. You can grow it in borders as well as containers. Shelter it from the strong wind as the flowers are large in proportion to the stems. Plant the bulbs in the fall. Tulips can be harmful to cats, dogs, and horses.

Tulipa 'Flaming Parrot'
Tulipa ‘Flaming Parrot’

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