It’s Tulip time in Lousiana!

My flower beds were a huge mess after the week of unseasonably cold and icy weather, but I enjoyed some beautiful tulips this past Sunday. Sometimes, you have to focus on the good things in life and do the work later! Then gardening can be rewarding and fun instead of drudgery.

Next week, I will be updating my progress as I continue to watch for emerging foliage. I am still clipping back the dead leaves of never before defoliated plants! I was worried about my ferns and crinum lilies because 19 degrees was close to what they can tolerate and survive. I will write again next week. Hopefully, more tulips, daffodils, and alliums will bloom. Stay tuned!

Check out this video of a very interesting tulip I found in a mix that has burgundy and red variegation. I love how this one stands out. I tried to find one like this online and have not found a match. I enjoy discovering a few neat varieties thrown in a mixed bag of tulips.

Guinevere Jumbo Perennial Tulips

I decided to try Guinevere Jumbo Perennial Tulips from Brecks and was not disappointed. They are really big flowers and so bright! I will share more pictures and videos later.

Photo Album of February Tulips Variegated and Long Stem Mix

  • Variegated leaf Tulip with red and white bloom
  • Variegated leaf Tulip with red and white bloom
  • Variegated Tulip in burgundy and red
  • Tree Frog sitting inside of a pink tulip
  • Tree Frog sitting inside of a pink tulip
  • Bouquet of pastel mix tulips pink and yellow
  • Variegated Red and White Tulip
  • Milkweed Assassin Bug
  • Bright Peach Tulip