Super pale Foxy-Foxtrot

Double tulips don’t behave like the single Easter-egg tulips we all know best. Unlike singles, they expand, change, and preen like birds as they unfold over several days, like a new butterfly expanding and drying its fresh wings. They also change color depending on the weather.

The warm late-winter weather surprised ‘Foxy Foxtrot’ – normally citrus orange-yellows with a red blush – into opening lemon-yellow, then morphing to sherbet colors over a couple of weeks.

‘Copper Image,’ normally the warm copper peach colors in last year’s top picture, is opening rose-red this year. I’m curious to see what it looks like in a week or two!

2 thoughts on “Double Tulip Colors

  1. Hello Betsy, Your website and flowers are beautiful!!
    I would love to come down next week to get a flower bouquet for Easter.
    Should I be going to your farm stand or pick up on your porch?
    Let’s talk soon. Virtual hugs, Annette

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