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The designation "(HB)" following a tulip name indicates this cultivar is in the collection of Hortus Bublorum, the authority on these tulips.

Alba Regalis, <1914. (HB) "Flower white. Of medium size, slightly splashed and streaked with yellow; base yellow; stem stout; leaves very undulate; scented; 13 inches; April 21, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Albion. See: White Hawk.

American Lac. See Le Rêve.

Amsterdam Arena, ?? "Flower red" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Apricot. See: Cardinal Rampollo.

Apricot Yellow, <1921 (HB)

Ariadne, <1913 (HB) "Flower white." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Attraction, 1927 (HB)

Augusta, 1912 (syn.: Gris-de-Lin Superbe) (HB) "Flower deep rose. The form of ' Gris-de-Lin Rose'; outside greenish, base white; suffused yellow; 11 inches; April 24,14 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Bacchus Broken, 1780 (HB)

Belle Alliance. See: Waterloo.

Bellona, 1944 (HB) "Flower yellow , 20 inches (50 cm), Fragrant" -- TG. . Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Brilliant Star, 1908 (Syn: Brilliant Star Maxima) (HB) "Flower scarlet. Large, pointed, opens very flat; base hexagonal, deep yellow, with a large olive blotch; filaments stained; stem purplish; leaves narrow; 13 inches; April. 15, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Brilliant Star Maxima. See: Brilliant Star.

Brunhilde, 1900 (syn.: L'Unique; Pottebakker, white and gold.) (HB) "Flower white and yellow. Cup-shape, crumpled; base yellow, extending to a heavy flame on each segment; filaments yellow; stem strong; leaves long; 15 inches; April 15, 21 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Brutus, 1875 (HB) "Flower scarlet. Goblet'shape; base large, deep yellow; filaments yellow; stem stout, coloured; leaves ascending; 13 inches; April 21,19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Calvpso, <1906 (HB)

Canary Bird, <1880 (syn.: Kanarievogel.) (HB) "Flower yellow. Egg shape to round, colour deep, segments pointed; stem stiff; leaves ascending; 14 inches; April 9, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early, Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Cardinal Rampollo (Rampolla), <1913 (syn.: Apricot; Sajrano; Yellow Brutus) (HB) "Flower orange and yellow. Goblet shape; filaments yellow; stem strong, reddish; leaves ascending; 12 inches; April 26, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Cardinal’s Hat, 1860 (HB) "Flower scarlet. Pointed; base circular, deep yellow; filaments yellow; one segment often grows to the stem, deforming the flower; leaves broad, ascending; 15 inches; April 20, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Carmin Brillant. See: Cramoisi Brillant.

Cellini, 1940 "Flower red, 16 inches (40 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Cerise Gris-de-Lin, 1860 (HB) "Flower purple, edged white. Round, dull; base tinged yellow; filaments white; stem stout; leaves very undulate; 14 inches; April 26, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Christmas Marvel, 1954 "Flower cherry-pink, 14 inches (35 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Christmas Pink, ?? "Flower pink; 18 inches (45 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Christmas Silver, 1760 "Flowr cerise and cream. Goblet form, 8 inches (20 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Chromatella. See: Golden Horn.

Chrysolora, 1875 (HB) "Flower yellow. Spreading, large, of good substance; filaments clean; stem stiff; leaves ascending; 12 inches; April 11, 21 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Claermond Silver, 1760 (HB) "Flower cerise. A cerise form of 'Claermond White' (IIa), but, like that variety, out of date." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Cottage Boy, <1906, Single Early Tulip Cottage Boy, <1906, Single Early Tulip

Cottage Boy, <1906 (HB) "Flower orange and yellow. Goblet shape, bright; stem strong; leaves very undulate; 10 inches; April 19, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. Caption - Left: Cottage Boy, 1906, Single Early. Photo by Mary Ellen Wall (2011) (Click images for larger version.) Click tulip name for its Cultivar Datasheet.


Cottage Maid, 1857 (syn.: La Précieuse.) (HB)"Flower deep rose and white. Goblet shape, base white, with a small yellow blotch on each segment; filaments yellow; stem slender, wiry; 12 inches; April 21, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Couleur Cardinal, 1845. See under Triumph Tulips. Note: Hortus Bulborum and TulipGallery.com list this under Single Early Tulips.

Cramoisi Brilliant (Briliant), 1785 (syn.: Carmin Brillant; Sparkler.) (HB) "Flower scaralet. Pointed; base circular, deep yellow; filaments yellow; stem rather weak; 18 inches; April 26, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Cramoisi Pourpre. See: Stanley.

Crimson King. See: Roi Cramoisi.

Crimson Queen, 1891 (HB)

Crown Imperial, <1929 (HB)

Cullinan, <1908 (HB)

Dainty Maid. See: Prosperity.

Diadem, <1920 (HB)

Diana, 1909, Single Early Tulip Diana, 1909, Single Early Tulip

Diana, <1909 (HB) Caption - Left: Diana, 1909. Single Early. Photos by Mary Ellen Wall (2011) (Click images for larger version.) Click tulip name for its Cultivar Datasheet.



Duc de Berlin, 1860 (HB) "Flower red and yellow. A small rounded 'Keizerskroon' but 10 days later; 11 inches; April 19, 25 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Duc d’Orange, <1875 (HB)

Duc van Tol.... See Duc van Tol Tulips

Duchesse de Parma (Parme), 1820 (HB) "Flower red and yuellow. Oval, large, good substance, pencilled yellow margin to the segments; base large, deep yellow; stem stout; leaves very undulate; 16 inches; April 19, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Duchess of Albany, 1893 (syn.: Queen of Roses.) (HB) "Flower pink on white. Round; inner segments exceeding the outer; base and filaments yellow; stem weak; 13 inches; April 16,17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Early Express, <1910 (HB)

Edison, <1908 (HB) -- See also: Thomas Edison

El Bruce, 1950 (HB)

Eleonora, <1875 (HB) "Flower purple, edged white. Pointed; base small, deep yellow; filaments yellow; stem strong, reddish; leaves broad; 18 inches; April 27, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Ellen Moore, 1927. See Miss Ellen Moore.

Enchantress, <1901 (HB) "Flower of other colours -- deep dull rose-red, passing to geranium pink at the margins . Goblet-shape; base creamy; filaments white; stem strong; leaves ascending; 10 inches; April 19, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Espeerance. See: L’Esperance.

Ferdinand Bol, ?? (HB)

Flamingo Tulip, 1927, top view. Photo by Mary Ellen Wall (2011).

Flamingo, <1927 (HB) Note: A tulip of the same name and very similar description appears in the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-1915, which would move this date to <1914 -- if these are the same tulip. The following description is from the 1914 report. "Flower deep rose and white. Round; base and filaments yellow; pollen green; stem stout; leaves ascending; 12 inches; April 19, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. Caption - Left: Flamingo, <1927. Single Early. Photo by Mary Ellen Wall (2011) (Click image for larger version.)


Fortuna, 1920 (HB)

Fred Moore, <1904 (HB) "Flower orange. Goblet shape, large, bright orange yellow at the margins of each segment; base stellate, deep yellow, slightly fringed olive; stem slender; leaves ascending; 18 inches; April 19, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Gele Prins. See: Yellow Prince.

Generaal de Wet, 1904 (HB)

Generaal de Wet Bontblad, ?? (HB)

Glory of Lisse, 1926 (HB)

Gold Finch Goldfinch), <1896 (HB) "Flower yellow. Egg shape, neat; filaments clean; stem stiff; leaves, broad; 13 inches; April 21,18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Golden Brilliant, 1926 (HB)

Golden Horn, <1910 (syn.: Chromatella) (HB) "Flower orange and yellow. Goblet shape; base dull yellow; filaments yellow; stem stiff; leaves broad; 13 inches; April 26, 13 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Golden Lion, <1890 (syn.: Lion d'Hillegom; Golden Lion of Hillegom.) (HB) "Flower orange and yellow. Goblet shape; stem stiff; leaves ascending; 17 inches; April 19, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Golden Lion of Hillegom, <1890 (HB) Note: Hortus Bulborum lists this as a separate cultivar. However, the Report, 1914-15 / Single Early makes it a cross reference (synonym) to Golden Lion (above)

Golden Pheasant, 1932 (HB)

Golden Prince. See: Yellow Prince.

Golden Standard, 1760 'Flower orange." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Good Morning, ?? (HB)

Grace Darling, <1895 (HB) "Flower orange-scarlet. Round, crumpled, large; base hexagonal, with a large olive stain; filaments greenish; stem weak; leaves large, flat, drooping; 15 inches; April 15, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Graf Zeppelin, ?? (HB) "Flower red; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Grand Duc. See: Keizerskroon.

Grandeur. See: La Grandeur.

Gris-de-Lin Superbe. See: Augusta.

Harpe. See La Harpe.

Herman Schlegel, 1882 (syn.: Primrose Queen; Yellow La Reine.) (HB) "Flower primrose. The shape of 'La Reine' IIe), but probably a seedling, not a colour form of that variety. With slight rose flush at the margins of the old flower; stem strong; 12 inches; April 19, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early, which has this description under 'Primrose Queen'.

Herman Schlegel Maxima, <1912 (syn.: Madame Gevers) (HB)

Ноbbеmа. See: Le Rêve.

Hyperion, <1923 (HB)

Ibis, <1909 (HB)

Immaculee. See: L’Immaculee.

Jack, 1950 (HB)

Joffre, 1931 (HB)

John Bright. See: Van Berghem.

Jong Oranje, 1946 (HB)

Jonkoping, <1925 (HB)

Joost van den Vondel, 1850 (HB) "Flower cerise. Long, pointed, opening wide, bright cerise, stippled and lightly streaked with white; base yellow; filaments white; stem rather weak; leaves very undulate, ascending; 11 inches; April 19, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Joost van den Vondel white. See: Lady Boreel.

Kanarievogel. See: Canary Bird.

Keizerskroon Tulip, 1750, side view. Keizerskroon Tulip, 1750, cup view of Single Early Tulip.

Keizerskroon, 1750 (syn.: Grand Duc.) (HB) "Flower red and yellow. Goblet shape, bold; base large; filaments yellow; stem stout; leaves broad, drooping; 15 inches; April 14, 16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. Caption - Left: Keizerskroon, 1750, Single Early. Photos by Mary Ellen Wall (2010) (Click image for larger version.) Click tulip name for its Cultivar Datasheet.


King of the Reds, 1909 (HB)

King of the Yellows, 1893 (HB) "Flower yellow. Goblet shape, medium size; base with dull blotches; filaments clean; stem slender; leaves narrow; 14 inches; April 19, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Koh-I-Nohr (Koh-i-noor), 1893 (HB) "Flower crimson. A variety differing from ' Menelik ' only in its smaller flowers and stained filaments; individual flowers open irregularly; 13 inches; April 19, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Koningin der Nederlanden. See: Queen of the Netherlands.

Lac van Rijn Tulip, 1620, cluster. Photo by Mary Ellen Wall (2011).

Lac van Rijn (Lac van Rhijn), 1620 (HB) "Flower purple, edged white. Pointed, opening triangular, more purple than 'Lac Premier'; base bright yellow; filaments yellow; stem slender; 16 inches; April 27, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. Caption - Left: Lac van Rijn, 1620, Single Early. Photos by Mary Ellen Wall (2010) (Click image for larger version.)


Lady Boreel, 1850 (syn.: Joost van den Vondel white.) (HB) "Flower white. The pure white form of 'Joost van den Vondel' (see II g); 14 inches; April 19, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early.

Lady Clinton, ?? (HB)

Lady Moore, <1925 (HB)

La Grandeur, 1907 (HB) "Flower scarlet. Goblet shape, opening triangular; base sharply defined, deep yellow; filaments stained; stem reddish; 16 inches; April 21, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

La Harpe, ?? "Flower purple 16 inches (40 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

La Précieuse. See: Cottage Maid.

La Reine, 1860 (syn.: Miltiades.) (HB) "Flower white, flushed pink. Round; base and filaments pale yellow; pollen green; stem strong; leaves ascending; forces well; 13 inches; April 19, 14 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

La Reine des Reines. See: Prosperity.

La Reine Maxima, 1912 (HB) "Flower white, flushed pink. A large-flowered form of the preceding; 15 inches; April 19, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

La Reine Rose, <1904 (syn.: Rose La Reine) (HB) "Flower deep rose and white. A colour form of 'La Reine' (see IIe)." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

La Remarquable, 1879 (HB) t. "Flower of other colours -- Dull wine-purple. Pointed, opening wide; base and filaments dull, deep yellow; stem strong; 14 inches; April 19, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Leonardo da Vinci. See: Miss Hallen.

Leopold II, <1905 (HB) "Flower orange and yellow. Cup shape; filaments yellow; stem strong; leaves broad; 12 inches; April 21, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Le Reve, 1860 (syn.: American Lac; Ноbbеmа; Sarah Bernhardt.) (HB)

L’Esperance, 1913 (HB) "Flower pink, 8 inches (20 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

L’Immaculee, <1879 (HB) "Flower white. Small; base and filaments deep yellow; leaves ascending; 10 inches; April 16, 16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Lion d'Hillegom. See: Golden Lion.

Lucida, 1944 (HB)

L'Unique. See: Brunhilde

Mac Kinley (McKinley), 1901 (HB) "Flower scarlet. Cup shape; base yellowish, stained green, margin blue; filaments stained; stem strong, i. Flower scarlet. coloured; 19 inches; April 26, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Madame Freijlink, <1909 (HB)

Madame Gevers. See: Herman Schlegel Maxima.

Madame Herriot. See: Thomas Edison.

Maes, <1895 (HB) "Flower scarlet. Large, round; base hexagonal, with a large olive blotch; filaments very deeply stained; stem weak, at first short, but elongating rapidly as the flower ages; leaves ascending; 13 inches; April 14, 16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Mappa, 1947 (HB)

Max Havelaar, 1912 (HB)

Miltiades. See: La Reine.

Miss Ellen Moore, 1927. (syn.: Ellen Moore) "Flower primrose, scarlet; 12 inches (30 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Miss Grayson, 1946 (HB)

Miss Hallen, 1897 (syn.: Leonardo da Vinci.) (HB) "Flower orange-scarlet. Cup shape, orange at margins and flushed crimson on the back of each segment; filaments yellow; stem slender; 14 inches; April 19, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Moliere (Molière), <1875 (HB) "Flower purple. Cup shape, medium size, refined; base yellow; filaments yellow; stem slender; leaves ascending; 15 inches; April 16, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Moliere fol. Var., 1875 (HB) "Flower purple, 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Mon Tresor (Trésor), 1875 (HB) Flower yellow. Form variable; base blotched dull yellow; filaments clean; stem stiff; leaves undulate; 15 inches; April 16, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Mon Tresor fol. Var., ?? (HB)

Mon Tresor Red, ?? (HB)

Mon Tresor Yellow, ?? (HB)

Morning Glory, 1927 (HB)

Moucheron, <1894 (HB) "Flower scarlet. Pointed, opening wide and quartering; base circular, deep yellow; filaments stained; stem strong; leaves ascending; 16 inches; April 16, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Netscher. See: Van der Neer.

Olympiade, 1928 (HB)

Ophir d’Or, 1872 (HB) "Flower yellow. Rather short, deeply coloured; filaments yellow; stem strong; 17 inches; April 19, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Orange Marvel, 1943 (HB)

Paragon Everwijn, 1630 (HB)

Pelican, 1914 (HB)

Pink Beauty, 1889 (HB) "Flower deep rose on white. Pointed, opening to a long cup, very shapely, brightly coloured; base small, yellow; filaments yellow; stem strong; leaves ovate, very strong; 14 inches; April 26, 16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Pink Perfection, 1920 (HB)

Pluvia d’Oro, <1925 (HB)

Polaris, 1923 "Flower magenta red, edged white; 18 inches (50 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Pottebakker, scarlet. See: Verboom.

Pottebakker White, 1840 (HB) "Flower white. The white form of 'Pottebakker' (see II m}; base large, yellow; 17 inches; April 15, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Pottebakker, white and gold. See: Brunhilde

Précieuse. See: Cottage Maid.

President Cleveland. <1909 (HB)

Primrose Queen. See - Herman Schlegel. Note: The Report, 1914-15 / Single Early lists 'Primrose Queen' as the preferred name, and makes 'Herman Schlegel' a cross reference to it.

Prince Carnival. See Prins Carnaval.

Prince de Ligne (Ligny), <1875 (HB) "Flower yellow. Pointed, opening wide, very deeply coloured; filaments yellow; stem stiff; leaves ascending; 15 inches; April 15, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Prince of Austria, 1860 (syn.: Prins van Oostenrijk) (HB) "Flower scarlet. Goblet shape, opening triangular, handsome; base bright yellow; filaments yellow; stem strong, purplish; leaves ascending; 20 inches; April 22, 23 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Princess Irene, 1949. See under Triumph Tulips. Note: Hortus Bulborum and TulipGallery.com list this under Single Early Tulips.

Princess Juliana, <1916 (HB)

Princes Margareit, 1960 "Flower yellow, purple red; 14 inches (35 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Prins Carnaval, 1930 (syn.: Prince Carnival.) (HB) "Flower red, yellow; 16 inches (40 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Prins van Oostenrijk. See: Prince of Austria

Progression, 1912 (HB)

Proserpine, 1875 (HB) "Flower deep rose. Goblet shape; base white, suffused yellow, stained blue; stem weak; leaves narrow; 15 inches; April 16, 21 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Prosperity, <1905 (syn.: Dainty Maid; La Reine des Reines.) (HB) "Flower deep rose and white. A large deep-coloured form of 'La Reine' (see IIe)." (See above.) -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Purple Crown, ?? (HB) "Flower crimson. Large, shallow cup shape, segments pointed, inside glossy, outside dull; base stellate, well defined; filaments stained; stem slender; leaves ascending; 13 inches; April 16, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Queen of Flora, 1916 (HB)

Queen of Roses. See: Duchess of Albany.

Queen of the Netherlands, <1890 (syn.: Koningin der Nederlanden.) (HB) "Flower white, flushed pink. Cup-shape, large; base and filaments pale yellow; anthers very long; stem rather weak; 14 inches; April 17, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Queen of the Whites, <1904 (HB)

Radium, <1929 (HB)

Ralph, 1952 (HB) "Flower deep lemon yellow; 16 inches (40 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Red Admiral, <1908 (HB) "Flower scarlet. The scarlet-red form of 'Duchesse de Parme' (II p)." (See above.) -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Reine…. See: La Reine….

Remarquable. See: La Remarquable.

Rembrandt, 1900 (HB) "Flower scarlet. Goblet shape, glossy; base large, bright yellow, 3- pointed on each of the inner segments; filaments stained; stem slender; leaves narrow; 11 inches; April 9, 21 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Reve. See: Le Reve.

Rising Sun, <1905 (HB) "Flower yellow. A clear yellow form of 'Duchesse de Parme' (see IIp)." (See above.) . -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Roi Cramoisie (Cramoisi), 1860 (syn.: Crimson King.) (HB) "Flower scarlet. A variety closely resembling 'Dusart,' but smaller and with clean filaments; 15 inches; April 22,15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Roi Pepin (Pépin), 1875 (HB) "Flower striped, white ground. Goblet shape, stripes heavy, deep rose-red; base light yellow, diffuse; filaments yellow; stem stout, coloured; 11 inches; April 22, 16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Romulus, 1926 (HB)

Roos van Dekama, <1895 (HB) "Flower pink, flushed white; 14 inches (35 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Rosamunde Huykman, <1895 (HB) "Flower pink on white. Cup shape, medium size, refined; outside marked pearl-blue; base and filaments yellow; stem strong; leaves ascending; 12 inches; April 24, 14 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Rose Gris-de-Lin, 1860 (HB) "Flower pink on white. Resembling 'Duchess of Albany' (see above) in form and colour, but smaller; 10 inches; April 22, 14 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Rose La Reine. See: La Reine Rose

Rose Luisante, 1850 (HB) "Floweer deep rose and white. Goblet shape, medium size, good substance; base diffuse, yellow; filaments yellow; stem stout; leaves broad; 14 inches; April 27, 12 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Rose Luisante fol. Var., ?? (HB)

Rose Precoce, 1917 (HB) "Flower white, pink 14 inches (35cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Rose Superbe. See: Stanley.

Ruby Red, 1944 "Flower red; 16 inches (40 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Safrano. See: Cardinal Rampollo

Sarah Bernhardt. See: Le Rêve.

Scarlet Marvel, 1956 (HB)

Sparkler. See: Cramoisi Brillant.

Stanley, <1893 (syn.: Cramoisi Pourpre; Rose Superbe.) (HB) "Flower deep rose. Pointed, shapely, of good substance, duller outside; base white, blotched yellow; filaments white; stem stout; leaves broad, very glaucous, ascending; 16 inches; April 21, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Sulphur Triumph, 1944 "Flower primrose yellow; 18 inches (45 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Sunburst, 1925 (HB)

Thomas Edison, 1927 (syn.: Madame Herriot.) (HB) -- See also: Edison.

Thomas Moore, 1820. (syn.: Thomas Morus) (HB) "Flower orange. Similar to ' Fred. Moore, ' but the colour is not so bright and the segments are thinner. There is a more distinct olive ring to the base; 18 inches; April 19, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Thomas Morus. See: Thomas Moore. Note: Hortus Bulborum prefers the name 'Thomas Morus.

Tommy, 1950 (HB) "Flower orange; 18 inches (45 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Triumph of Holland, 1930 (HB)

Unique. See: Brunhilde

Ursa Minor, 1933 (HB) "Flower deep golden yellow; 12 inches (30 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Van Berghem, <1893 (syn.: John Bright.) (HB) "Flower deep rose. Goblet shape; base bright yellow with a white ring; filaments yellow; 17 inches; April 17, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Van der Neer, 1860 (syn.: Netscher.) (HB) "Flower purple. Goblet shape, large, handsome; base dull yellow, edged blue; filaments yellow; stem stout; leaves broad; 14 inches; April 16, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Verboom, 1875 (syn.: Pottebakker, scarlet.) (HB) "Flower scarlet. Goblet shape, large; base hexagonal, well defined, deep yellow; stem strong; leaves ascending; 13 inches; April 19, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Vermillion Brilliant (Vermillon Brillant), 1845 (HB) "Floweer scarlet. Pointed, a unique colour; base diffuse, bright yellow, slightly stained; filaments stained; 11 inches; April 16, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Victoria, 1913 (HB) "Flower striped, white ground. Rounded, segments pointed, stripes heavy, rose-red; 14 inches; April 26, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Vuurvlam, <1897 (HB) "Flower cerise. Of moderate size and excellent substance, colour very deep; base small, dull yellow; stem stout, coloured; 18 inches; April 28, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Wapen van Leiden Tulip, 1750, top view. Photo by Mary Ellen Wall (2011).

Wapen van Leiden, 1760 (HB) "Flower deep rose and white. A singular flower, long cup-shaped, rose-red on the upper part and on the midrib, and flamed yellow on the back of each segment; stem strong; leaves ovate, undulate, ascending; 19 inches; April 17, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. Caption - Left:Wapen van Leiden, 1750, Single Early. Photos by Mary Ellen Wall (2011) (Click image for larger version.)


Waterloo, 1860 (syn.: Belle Alliance.) (HB) "Flower scarlet. Open; segments pointed; base large, bright yellow; filaments stained; stem stout; leaves ascending; 12 inches; April 15, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

White Beauty, 1895 (HB)

White Falcon. See: White Hawk.

White Hawk, <1900. (syn.: Albion; White Falcon; Witte Valk) (HB) "Flower white. Round; base and filaments yellow; pollen green; stem stout; leaves ascending; 12 inches; April 19,17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

White Swan, <1875 (HB) "Flower white. Goblet-shape, medium size; base tinged yellow; filaments white; 18 inches; May 1, 17 days. -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Wintergold, 1942 "Flower deep lemon yellow; 14 inches (35 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Witte Valk. See: White Hawk. Note: Hortus Bulborum prefers the name Witte Valk.

Wouwerman, 1860 (HB) "Flower purple. Goblet shape, opening wide, quarters; base stellate, yellow; filaments yellow; stem strong, purplish; 17 inches; April 19, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early

Yellow Brutus. See: Cardinal Rampollo

Yellow Favourite, 1929 (HB) "Flowr yellow; 12 inches (30 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Yellow La Reine. See: Herman Schlegel.

Yellow Prince, 1780. (syn.: Gele Prins; Golden Prince) (HB) "Flower yellow. Goblet shape, medium size, sometimes taking a scarlet flush in the lower part of the flower; filaments stained; stem stiff; 12 inches; April 19, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Single Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Zombie, 1954 "Flower carmine rose, edged yellow; 14 inches (35 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

 

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