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Very Preliminary List Compiled from Various Sources

The following abbreviations indicate the type of tulip produced in broken form:

Other abbreviations:

See the Broken Tulips section of this website for additional information on these special tulips.

The names in bold below are tulips currently being grown by Hortus Tulipus. We would greatly appreciate gifts of bulbs for other tulip cultivars not now in our collection. Also, we would appreciate any information you can provide on any of these (and other) old and rare tulips. Please help us make this list more comprehensive. Please Contact Us.


Abe Lenstra, 1952 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Admiral Courbet, <1920 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Admiral Tromp, <1932 (HB) (RL)

Adolphe van den Heede, < 1907 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Aesculapius, <1863 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Form good; pale violet; base dull; 29 inches; May 8, 22 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Afterglow, 1916 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Albert Tear, 1960 (Byb) (WNE) [erroneously listed as 'Albert Tears' in some sources] (HB) (RL) See also Broken Tulips.

Alcida, <1916 (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower light bronze. Very similar to 'Jaune d'Œuf'; 22 inches; May 7, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Alice. See: Prince Albert.

Alice Keith, 1930 (HB) (RL) "Flower orange with reddish purple; 20 inches (50 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Allard Pierson, 1894 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

All Bright, 1937 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Ankara, 1943 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Annie McGregor, @ 1860 (Rose) (WNE) "English Florists’ Tulip. Rose. Dwarf; good cup, bright rosy scarlet, with brilliant white base. Grows well and increases freely; 18 inches; May 9, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / English Florists’ Tulips. Note: There was a Dutch Florists’ Tulip with the same name, but it is uncertain if it still survives. See also Broken Tulips.

Annie Speelman, 1935 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Anthony (Ant.) Roozen, <1892 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Anton Mauve, 1913 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Apricot, <1916 (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower dark bronze. Flower of good substance; chestnut-red inside; flushed purple out; base lemon-chrome; 23 inches; May 15, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Arcadia, (RL)

Archeron, <1913 (HB) (RL) "Flower red." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Arentine Arendsen. See: 'May Queen'under Darwin Tulips.

Argyre, (RL) See also Broken Tulips.

Aristocrat, 1935 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Arlington, 1942 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Astra, <1958 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Avanti, <1933 (syn.: Linda.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Bacchus, <1913 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Bright purple; base with white margin; filaments blue-black; 33 inches; May 3, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Baronesse van Heekeren, 1954 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Baronne de la Tocnaye, 1891 (syn.: Baronne de la Tonnaye.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Baronne de la Tonnaye. See 'Baronne de la Tocnaye' under Darwin Tulips.

Bartigon, 1894 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Bartigon Maxima, 1933 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Basra, 1946 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Bayonne, 1956 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Beatrice, <1942 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Bellagio, 1939 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Bernard van Leer, 1959 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Bessie, late 19th century (Byb) (WNE) 1847 (HB) (RL) See also Broken Tulips.

Betsy, 1939 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Beyerinck, <1890 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Biscuit. See: Bronze Queen.

Black Beauty, 1955 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Black Pearl, 1956 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Bleu Aimable, 1916 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Bolide, 1943 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Bonfire. See: Lucifer.

Bronze King, <1911 (syn.: Grandissima.) (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower dark bronze. Purple on pale yellow ground; 31 inches; May 6, 19 days " -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Bronze Queen, <1911 (syn.: Biscuit; Clio; Duc de Orleans; Sensation.) (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower dark bronze. Form and substance fair; buff-yellow within, purplish fawn without; base bright lemon-chrome; filaments olive above, yellow below; 28 inches; May 8, 23 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Burgomaster Sandberg, <1919 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Campfire, <1929 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Candidate, ?? (HB)

Cantor, 1960 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Cape Town, 1954 (HB) (RL) "Flower red; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Captain Carlsen, 1952 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Cardinal Manning, <1913 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Egg-shape, large; Bishop's purple; base diffuse, tinged yellow; filaments blue at apex; 34 inches; May 8, 22 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Carl Becker, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Casius, (RL)

Centenaire, <1909 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

C. G. van Tubergen’s Glory, 1931 (HB) See: 'Tuberman's Glory' under Darwin Tulips.

Charles Needham, 1931 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Cherbourg, 1915 (HB) (RL) "Flower yellow, bronze; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

City of Haarlem, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Clara Butt, 1889 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Cleopatra, 1960 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Clio. See: Bronze Queen.

Columbine, 1920 (Byb) (WNE) <1929 (HB) (RL)

Copernicus, <1916 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Small, shoulder rounded; maroon-black; base blue; 22 inches; May 7, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. See also Broken Tulips.

Copland’s Magenta, 1960 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Copland’s Record, 1956 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Cordell Hull, 1933 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Corinna, <1929 (HB) (RL) "Flower blush purple; (22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Crepuscule, 1912 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Cum Laude, 1944 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Cyrano, (RL) May be broken only. See Broken Tulips.

Darlington, 1933 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Demeter, 1932 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Deryn Roberts, 1990 (Biz) (WNE)

Dillenburg, 1916 (HB) (RL)

Doctor Cornel Berk, 1959 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Dolores. See: La Tristesse.See under Darwin Tulips.

Dom Pedro, <1911 (HB) (RL) . "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bizarre. Morocco-red on a cadmium-yellow ground; base yellowish, streaked olive; filaments olive; 28 inches; May 6, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Dreadnought. See: Velvet King.

Dream, <1901 (syn.: Reve de Jeunesse.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Duc d'Orléans. See: Bronze Queen,

Duke of Westminster. See: 'Excelsior' under Darwin Tulips.

Early Bartigon, 1942 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Eclipse, 1913 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Edison, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Electra, <1906 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Empress of China. See: Yellow Perfection.

Europa, <1901 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Excelsior, <1908 (syn.: Duke of Westminster.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Fairy Nymph, <1931 (HB) (RL) "Flower violet purple; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Farncombe Sanders, 1894 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips. See also: Mrs. Farr under Broken Tulips.

Fashion. See: Mrs. Potter Palmer under Darwin Tulips.

Faust, 1891 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Favorita, 1960 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Feu Ardent, 1907 (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower scarlet. Form and substance good; base as Fig. 7, deep yellow; filaments deep yellow; 26 inches; April 30, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Feu Brilliant, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Fille Cherie. See: Mauve Clair under Darwin Tulips.

Flamingo, <1927 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Fra Angelico, <1895 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Frans Hals, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Fulton, 1951 (RL) "Flower purple, edged primrose; 28 inches (70 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

General Ney, <1837 (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower orange scarlet. A form of 'Gesneriana.' Smaller, with a streaky base, and generally inferior to 'Orange Beauty' with which variety it is often confused; 24 inches; May 10, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

George Grappe, <1932 (HB) (RL) 1939 (TG) "Flower lavender blue, with sky blue base; 28 inches (70 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Giant, 1900 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Glacier, 1927 (syn.: Wildlust.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Gleam, c 1930 (Biz) (WNE) See also Broken Tulips.

Gloria, ?? (Rose) (WNE) (HB) (RL) See also Broken Tulips.

Gloria Swanson, 1935 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Glow, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Godet Parfait, <1912 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Violet; 29 inches; May 7, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Golden Age, 1930 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Golden Hind, 1954 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Goldfinder, late 19th century (Biz) (WNE) "English Florists’ Tulip. Bizarre. Tall; fine cup, brilliant scarlet, with a clear golden base. Very rich and glowing colour; foliage glaucous; good constitution and increases freely, but breaks very readily, in which state the markings lack character, though the flower is still bright and attractive; 24 inches; May 8, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / English Florists’ Tulips. See also Broken Tulips.

Gold Tears, (HB) (RL) (Golden Tears) "Flower orange-red; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Gorgeous. See: Lucifer.

Grandissima. See: Bronze King.

Great Simon, (RL)

Gretchen, 1904 (syn.: Margaret) (HB) Note: Hortus Bulborum places this tulip under the name Gretchen although "Report, 1914-15" places it under Margaret. Gretchen is the Broken form of Margaret. See under Darwin Tulips. See also Gretchen under Broken tulips.

Greuze, 1891 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Harry Veitch, <1892 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Helen Josephine, ?? (Rose) does not break well and breeder (WNE) See also Broken Tulips.

Homere, 1919 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Hubert Calvert, 1980 (Rose) (WNE) (RL)

Insurpassable, 1932 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

James Akers, (RL) – see Akers

James Wild, 1860 (Biz) (WNE) (HB) (RL) "Flower olive-brown." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. See also Broken Tulips.

Jane L. Eyre, 1970 (Byb) (WNE) See also Broken Tulips.

Jaune d'Œuf (d’Oeuf ), <1863 (syn.: Sunrise.) (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower light bronze. Form and substance fair; bright deep lemon-chrome, with a slight flush of pale purple on the outer segments; base large, pale green; filaments greenish; 28 inches; May 7,20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Je Maintiendrai, <1863. (syn.: Sentinel.) (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Small, of Darwin shape; amaranth-purple; base small, lemon yellow, clearly defined; 24 inches; May 7, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Note: 'Je Maintiendrai' is the preferred name of Hortus Bulborum but "Report, 1914-15" lists the tulip under 'Sentinel'. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Jessie, ?? (Rose) (WNE) See also Broken Tulips.

Joseph Israels. See: 'The Sultan' under Darwin Tulips.

Jubilee, 1912 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Jules Favres, <1913 (HB) (RL) "Flower mahogany, edged old gold; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Julia Farnese, 1853 (Rose) (WNE) Now broken only. See Broken Tulips.

Juliette (Juliet), 1845 (Rose) (WNE) (HB) 1840 (RL) (TG) "Flower pink." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. See also Broken Tulips.

Jupiter, <1913 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Reddish violet; 33 inches; May 15, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips.

Kate Greenaway, <1893 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Kathleen Fruxton, 1942 "Flower magenta, edged orange, yellow; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Kathleen Parlow, <1921 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

King George V, 1912 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

King Harold, 1905 (syn.: Mahogany.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Klopstock, <1863 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloeman. Bishop's purple margined with purplish lilac; base white with a blue star; 24 inches; May 5, 21 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips.

La Bella Jardiniere, 1916 ?? (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

La Candeur. See: 'White Queen' under Darwin Tulips.

La Douceur,<1863 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Violet; base white; 32 inches; May 6, 19 days. " -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips.

La Fiancee, <1908 (syn.: The Bride.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

La Harpe, <1863 (HB)

La Joyeuse, <1863 (HB) (RL)

La Tristesse, <1907 (syn.: Dolores.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

La Tulipe Noire, 1891 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Laurentia, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Le Mogol, <1913 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. 29 inches; May 8, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Le Notre, 1919 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Lina Schneider. See: 'Phyllis' under Darwin Tulips.

Linda. See: Avanti.See under Darwin Tulips.

Lord Stanley, 1880 (HB) (RL) See also Broken Tulips.

Louis XIV, <1913 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bizarre. Large, goblet-shaped; dark dull bluish - violet, with tawny margin; base circular, dull blue; filaments blackish; 31 inches; May 5, 24 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. See also under Darwin Tulips.

Loveliness, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Lucifer, 1907 (syn.: Bonfire; Gorgeous.) (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower orange-scarlet. Form and substance good; base more or less circular, ringed with pale olive; filaments olive; 30 inches; May 12, 14 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Mabel, 1850 (HB) (RL) "English Florists’ Tulip. Rose. Below medium height. Large long cup; the segments hook in a little at the tips. Pale soft rose, with good white base. Strong constitution; grows and increases well; 22 inches; May 6, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / English Florists’ Tulips. See also Broken Tulips.

Madame Butterfly, 1930 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Madame Krelage, <1901 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Madras, <1913 (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower dark bronze. 28 inches; May 8, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Madrigal, 1953 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Mahogany, 1905 (HB) (RL) See: 'King Harold' under Darwin Tulips. Note: 'Mahogany' is the preferred name of Hortus Bulborum, but it is listed under 'Mahogany' by "Report, 1914-15".

Malta, 1943 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Mamasa, 1942 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Marathon, 1947 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Marble Arch, 1953 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Marconi, 1915 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Margaret. See: Grechen. Note: Hortus Bulborum places this tulip under the name Gretchen although "Report, 1914-15" places it under Margaret. Gretchen is the Broken form of Margaret. See under Darwin Tulips.See also Gretchen under Broken tulips.

Marie. See: 'Valentine' under Darwin Tulips.

Marie Louise, <1901 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Rose. Dull rose with a yellowish edge; base whitish; 24 inches; May 10, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Maritza, <1931 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Marnix van St. Aldegonde, <1915 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Maryland, 1930 (HB) (RL)

Massachusetts, <1901 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Matchless. See: 'Roi d’Islande' under Darwin Tulips.

Matterhorn, 1953 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Mauve Clair, <1908 (syn.: Fille Cherie.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

May Queen, <1901 (syn.: Arentine Arendsen.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Medea, <1912 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Dull magenta-purple; base white; filaments pale blue; 27 inches; May 10, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Melva, <1931 (HB) (RL) "Flower purplish pink; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Menado, 1942 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Minister (Min.) Tak van Poortvliet, 1901 (syn.: Van Poortvliet.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Montgomery, 1945 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Moroccan Beauty, 1955 (HB) (RL)

Most Miles, 1944 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Mr. D. T. Fish. See: 'Mrs. Potter Palmer' under Darwin Tulips.

Mrs. Grullemans, <1928 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Mrs. Harold I Pratt, 1926 (HB) (RL) "Flower lilac purple; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Mrs. Potter Palmer, <1908 (syn.: Mr. D. T. Fish; Fashion.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Mrs. Stanley, 1892 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Mr. Van Zijl, 1931 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Music, ?? (Byb) (WNE) <1939 (HB) (RL) See also Broken Tulips.

Nauticus, <1892 (syn.: Sir Edward Grey.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

N.H. Eyre, 1970 (Byb) (WNE) See also Broken Tulips.

Niphetos, 1933 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Nobel, 1940 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Nora Ware, <1901 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Notre Dame, 1944 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Old Times, <1919 (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower dark bronze. Form and substance fair; light yellow, flamed outside with dull purple, inside lightly flushed with that colour; filaments streaked with black; 21 inches; May 5, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Orange Beauty, 1905 (syn.; Prince of Orange.) (HB) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower orange scarlet. A form of 'Gesneriana.' Large, opening well; form good, substance fair; outside with a purplish flush; base indefinite, yellow, streaked with olive; filaments olive; 26 inches; May 10, 16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Orange King, 1903 (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower orange-scarlet. Form and substance good; base yellow, with a faint olive margin and an olive blotch on each outer segment; 29 inches; May 8,19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Orion, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Ouida, <1902 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Painted Lady, <1901 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Pandion, 1951 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Panorama, <1863 (HB) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bizarre. Flower large, goblet-shape; rich chestnut-red; base and filaments chestnut-brown; 26 inches; May 7, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Papago, 1940 (HB)

Peking, <1927 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Perry Como, 1955 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Philippe de Comines, 1891 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Philip Snowdon, 1933 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Phyllis, <1908 (syn.: Lina Schneider.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Pink Attraction, 1944 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Pink Pearl, ?? (HB)

Pink Supreme, 1947 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Plutarchus, <1914 (syn.: Plutargus) (HB) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flowr light bronze. Form and substance fair; lemon-yellow, outside flamed dull purple; base and filaments greenish; 25 inches; May 6, 21 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Poissy, 1954 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Pourpre Magnifique, <1913 (syn.: President Lincoln; Violet Magnifique.) (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Small; lavender-violet; 24 inches; May 7, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. . Note: 'Violet Magnifique' is the name used in “Report, 1914-15”, but Hortus Bulborum lists this tulip under 'Pourpre Magnifique'.

President Hoover, 1930 (HB) "Flower orange scarlet; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

President Lincoln. See: Poupre Magnifique.

Pride of Haarlem, 1894 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Pride of Zwanenburg, 1932 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Prince Albert, <1863 (syn.: Alice.) (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Form good; pale violet; base white; 30 inches; May 7, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Prince of Orange. See: Orange Beauty.)

Prince of the Netherlands, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Prince of Wales, <1863 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bizarre. Deep purplish maroon; base yellow." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips.

Princess Amalia, 1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Princess Elizabeth, 1898 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Princess Juliana, 1910 (syn.: Sweetheart.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Professor Donders, 1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Professor Mac Owen, <1892 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Professor Rauwenhof, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Professor Schotel, <1870 (HB) "Flower purple; 20 inches (50 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Prunus, 1938 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Psyche, <1901 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Pygmalion, <1902 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Queen Alexandra, <1900 (HB) Formerly classified as a Cottage TUlip. "Flower light bronze. Small and of good substance; bright lemon-yellow, with a streaky purplish blotch at the apex of each outer segment; filaments brownish above the middle; 29 inches; May 6, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. See also Broken Tulips.

Queen Flora. See: Sieraad van Flora. See under Darwin Tulips.

Queen Mary, <1913 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Queen of Bartigons, 1944 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Queen of Night, 1944 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Queen of Violets, <1948 (HB)

Querida, 1943 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Red Pitt, 1942 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Reliance, 1938 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Remembrance, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Reve de Jeunesse. See: Dream.See under Darwin Tulips.

Reverend H. Ewbank, <1901 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Reverend H.H. d’Ombrain, <1892 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Roi d’Islande, <1912 (syn.: Matchless.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Roi Soleil, <1919 (HB) "Flower bronze, shot purple; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Ronald Gunn, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Rose Copland, 1918 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Rose des Dames, <1863 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Rose. Of cup shape; rose; base tinged blue and olive; filaments violet-blue; 24 inches; May 16, 14 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips.

Saginow (Saginaw), 1942 (HB) (Sagina) (RL) "Flower red; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Sam(uel) Barlow, 1860 (WNE) 1880 (HB) (RL) "English Florists’ Tulip. Bizarre. Medium height; early. Large perfect cup, rich brown, with a small yellow base; stigma very large. Vigorous; increases rapidly. One of the very best; 20 inches; May 8, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / English Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. See also Broken Tulips.

Sanspareille, <1863 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Purplish violet; 33 inches; May 7, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Santa Rosa, 1929 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Sara Akers, 1985 (Rose) (WNE) See also Broken Tulips.

Scarlet Beauty, 1938 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Scarlet O’Hara, 1943 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Scarlet Sensation, 1942 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Scarlet Splendour, 1943 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Scotch Lassie, <1942 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Sensation. See: Bronze Queen.

Sentinel, See: Je Maintiendrai. Note: 'Sentinel' is the preferred name of "Report, 1914-15," but Hortus Bulborum lists it under 'Je Maintiendrai'

Shanghai, 1955 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Sieraad van Flora, <1892 (syn.: Queen Flora.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Simon Bolivar, 1944 (HB)

Sir Edward Grey. See: Nauticus.See under Darwin Tulips.

Sir Trevor Lawrence, 1913 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Sophrosyne, <1893 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Sulphur, 1860 (Biz) (WNE) "English Florists’ Tulip. Bizarre. Tall; wide segments, mustardy yellow with brown shading, opening to a triangular form; sweetly scented . good grower and increaser; 24 inches . May 12, 13 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / English Florists’ Tulips. See also Broken Tulips.

Sundew, 1930 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Sunkist, 1933 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Sunrise. See: Jaune d’Oeuf .

Superba, 1913 (HB) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Deep maroon; 30 inches; May 8, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Sweetheart. See: Princess Juliana. See under Darwin Tulips.

Sweet Lavender. See: William Copland. See under Darwin Tulips.

Talisman, 1860 (Byb) (WNE) <1860 (HB) (RL) "English Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Tall; dark slaty-purple, with fine wide base; good cup, but outer segments reflex when aged. Good constitution; increases freely; 24 inches; May 10, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / English Florists’ Tulips. See also Broken Tulips.

Tamara, 1942 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Tantalus, 1926 (HB) "Flower dull yellow, flushed purple; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

The Bishop, 1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

The Bride. See: La Fiancee.See under Darwin Tulips.

The Sultan, 1896 (syn.: Joseph Israels.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Thorbecke, 1920 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Tindal, 1931 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Titanic, 1939 (HB) "Flower violet, shaded bronze, 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Tubergen’s Glory, 1931 *(syn.: C. G. van Tuberman's Glory.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Union Jack, 1958 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Utopia, 1935 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Valentine, <1908 (syn.: Marie.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Van Poortvliet. See: 'Minister (Min.) Tak van Poortvliet' under Darwin Tulips.

Velvet Gem. See: Velvet King. Note: Hortus Bulborum lists this tulip under 'Velvet King' but it is listed under 'Velvet Gem' in the "Report, 1914-15".

Velvet King, 1912 syn.: Velvet Gem; Dreadnought.) (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Cup-shaped, large; bright dark red-purple; base small, sharply defined, white; 31 inches; May 14, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips.

Victoire d’Oliviera, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Victor Mundi, 1952 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Violet Magnifique. See: Poupre Magnifique. Note: 'Violet Magnifique' is the name used in "Report, 1914-15", but Hortus Bulborum lists this tulip under 'Pourpre Magnifique'.

Vredehof, 1950 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Vulcan, <1913 (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower reddish-bronze; 24 inches; May 10,16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Wendy Akers, (RL)

Whistler, <1892 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

White Queen, <1892 (syn.: La Candeur.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Wilberforce, <1913 (HB) (RL) "Dutch Florists’ Tulip. Bybloemen. Orange-salmon, shaded cherry outside; 27 inches; May 8, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Dutch Florists’ Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Wilhelm Tell, 1944 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Wildlust. See: Glacier.See under Darwin Tulips.

William Copland, 1891 (syn.: Sweet Lavender.) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

William Pitt, 1891 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Wim van Est, 1952 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Winnetou, 1939 (HB) (RL)

Yellow Giant, 1926 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Yellow Perfection, <1913 (syn.: Empress of China) (HB) (RL) Formerly classified as a Cottage Tulip. "Flower light bronze. Very like 'Apricot'; 26 inches ¡ May 6, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Yolande, <1908 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Zulu, 1898 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Zwanenburg, 1912 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

 

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