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  • Shaina Farrell

    Double Peony Tulip. #garden interior design #modern garden design #garden decorating #garden design|

  • Chanelle Lakin

    Double Peony #Beautiful Flowers|

  • Kathy Horton

    Double peony tulips “Cardinal Mindszenty” (white/near white flower) and “Monte Carlo” (yellow flower) attract attention every time. Peony-flowering tulips are noted for their large double flowers that resemble old-fashioned peonies.

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photo by narelle sartain - Tulips are one of my favs...especially purple ones

Plant tulip bulbs in November then forget about them until the following Spring. After they've flowered allow them to dry out, lift them shaking off any excess soil and store in a paper bag in a dry, dark place. Plant them again the following Autumn. This way bulbs can last years!

No more droopy tulips: Add a copper coin to the vase to keep your tulips standing tall and straight - even if they are already bending, they will straighten after you drop a penny in their water!

Learn to make tulips last year round! Super easy. I love it!

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White Tulips, Keukenhof Gardens, Lisse, Netherlands

Reminds me of my Grandma. This was her and my Grandfather's special flower, she loved them because they were so rare. Sweet memories.

The other disciples mocked her extravagance, but don’t miss Jesus’ prompt defense of Mary. “Why are you troubling this woman? She did an excellent thing for me.” (Max Lucado) For when they mock your love for Christ, look to His eyes of love. They are there. They are there.

tulips my favorite flower.. I remember my Mom telling me:: how Tulips danced when I was just a little girl and finding out as an adult .. They really do!

Gorgeous Peony - peonies are just the most beautiful bloom and the dark background makes them pop...

the Splendor of Greenland Tiulip II..... **EXPLORE #218 05/11/2012** by P C Chang, via Flickr

Your first garden may not look like this, but you should give it a try. Great tips for the beginning gardener