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Mar 12, 2011 11:22 AM CST
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Tulipa Kaufmanniana 'Heart's Delight' with violets in the middle. This pinkish and white tulip is very nice.
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Tulipa cretica, with Scilla siberica in the middle. Blooming now. Both should be doing a nice combo
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This one is in bloom now but not posted. Tulipa sogdiana and another shoot of the scilla
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Tulipa polychroma, Crocus vernus, Iris Katharine Hodgkin

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and one of my favorite Tulipa neustruevae.

Some ideas for your little ones Lynn. I have some more to show you if you wish. Most are Kaumanniana hybrids as sometimes species are more expensive than hybrids and also may be more difficult to find.

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