Tulips – Adding Color

Did you know some people have used the bulb of a Tulip to substitute onion when cooking?

Tulip bulbs are edible but be careful, they could have a deadly fungus which grows on the decaying bulbs, and or a special chemical which commercial growers use to prevent them from decaying.  Tulips are in the lily family and most plants in that family are edible, people do use them as an onion substitute but they’re not as tasty.

This popular-spring flowering bulb inspires the decorating senses, with it’s, richness in color, texture, shape, and unique form of bulb; bringing a since of elegance to a space.

This well-lite kitchen displays elements of greenery, white color palette, featured cabinet and ceiling lighting which adds a unique elegant charm to this cooking space.  The Tulips simply contribute to the delectable charm.

tulipinKitchen600Here’s some tips about Tulips>> Growing Tulip:  Plant 5-8 inches deep & 4-6 inches apart in a sunny location.  Tulips need, a period of, cool weather to bloom.

Tulip Varies:  early, mid & late bloom times

The variety of Flowering seasons of Hybrid Tulips:

Common Name

Early Bloom

Waterlily

March & early April

Red Emperior

March & early April

Apricot Beauty

March & early April

Double Early

March & early April

Greigii Tulips

March & early April

 

Common Name

Mid Bloom

Triumph

April & early May

Swan Wings Tulip

April & early May

Darwin Hybrids

April & early May

Parrot Tulips

April & early May

 

Common Name

Late Bloom

Single Late

Late May

Double Late

Late May

Viridiflora Tulips

Late May

Lily-Flowered

Late May

Fringed Tulips

Late May

Rembrandt Tulips

Late May

Multi-Flowering Tulips

Late May

 

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