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CLUSIANA
Mar 5, 2014 10:48 AM CST
Newyorkrita wrote:
It was a dark cloudy day today so the tulips stayed closed all day.

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I love the way you put these pictures together. Thank you for sharing your beautiful tulip beds here and to let us know the ones which are more popular and growing in your country!
I want to apologize for not answering right away.I was busy working everyday. I missed you all.
C.
CLUSIANA
Mar 5, 2014 11:00 AM CST
Boyed wrote:

I am sorry to say, but this is not 'Zomerschoon' for sure. Pity, but under this name you just received common tulip 'Menton', infected with Tulip Breaking Virus. True 'Zomerschoon' has different bloom shape, which is elongated with slightly pointed petals. Besides, the color patters on 'Zomerschoon' are different with ony two color combination: pink and cream; while virused 'Menton' has three color combinations: pink, dark pink and cream. Few photos of true 'Zomerschoon'
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Hi Zirhair
First welcome to this cubits. I am delighted to meet you. You are raising a very interested matter and I would like to discuss further about it. As far as tulips are concerned I do not have many sources to confirm some of the IDs but in Europe, and as far as I know, Dutch people are tulip breeders since a very very long time. However the most beautiful wild tulips come from other places. I dont know which ones are growing wild in yoru country. I got my 'historics' (I am very fond of all historical plants) come from reliale providers from Holland. I have some others I did not post yet. So you think that the ones I have are wrong and that some has viruses right? I hope you will come over this cubit next spring so we can share our knowledge with all the tulip lovers. What you are telling me is very interesting. Right now here the little urumiensis tulips are showing up, the T. Kaufmanniana is blooming and some K. hybrids are starting to bloom. I am very excited about meeting you. Thank you for your posts.
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OwenNoah
Jun 1, 2021 2:01 PM CST
CLUSIANA wrote:
I love the way you put these pictures together. Thank you for sharing your beautiful tulip beds here and to let us know the ones which are more popular and growing in your country!
I want to apologize for not answering right away.I was busy working everyday. I missed you all.
C.


Nice one on this topic. Please do post more, awaiting. Flowers in UAE here
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