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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.

Ada, 1920 (HB) "Flower pink; 12 inches (30 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Aga Kahn, 1942 (HB) "Flower deep yellow, fading to dark orange; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Agnus Andreae, 1960 (HB) "Flower carmine; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Alba Maxima, <1893 (HB) "Flower white. Semi-double, creamy white; base diffuse, pale yellow; filaments yellow; leaves ascending; 16 inches; April 21, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Alice Leclercq, 1952 (HB) "Flower bright orange red with a narrow yellow edge; 12 inches (30 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Anders Zorn, ?? "Flower orange." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Anna Rooze, 1898 (HB) "Flower rose. Loose; base and filaments yellow; stem weak; leaves short, ascending; 15 inches; April 21, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Anna Sluyter, 1942 (HB)

Anthony Eden, 1956 (HB)

Artus, 1860 (syn.: Garibaldi) (HB)

Azalea, <1912 (HB) "Flower pink; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Bengalen, 1950 (HB)

Boule de Neige, 1909. (syn.: Snowball) (HB) "Flower white. Rounded, large, full; base and filaments yellow; leaves very undulate; 13 inches; April 26, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Brimston. See: Theeroos.

Brimstone Beauty. See: Theeroos.

Caliph of Baghdad, 1952 "Flower buttercup yellow; 14 inches ( 35 cm)"-- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Caravaggio, 1960 "Flower red; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Cardinal Mindszenty, 1949 (HB) "Flower white; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Carl Gustav Pilo, 1956 "Flower yellow; 10 inches (35 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Carlton, 1950 "Flower deep turkey red; 16 inches (40 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Count of Leicester, ?? (syn.: Graaf van Leicester.) (HB) "Flower yellow and orange. Full, open; stem strong; 13 inches; April 29, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Note: "Report, 1914' sites 'Graaf van Leicester' as a synonym of 'Count of Leicester'; but the Hortus Bulborum lists them as separate flowers.

Crimsonia, 1941 (HB) "Flower crimson; 10 inches (15 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Dante, 1936 (HB) 1939 (TG) "Flower blood red; 8 inches (20 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

David Teniers, 1960 (HB) "Flower violet purple; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Distinction, 1935 (HB) "Flower cochineal scarlet; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Donald Maxwell, 1952 (HB)

Duchess of Kent, 1939 (HB) "Flower cochineal carmine; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Duc van Tol Double (syn.: Scarlet King). See under Duc van Tol Tulips.

Electra, <1910 (HB)

Elias Martin, 1956, "Flower salmon rose; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

El Toreador, 1890 (HB) "Flower orange and red. Large, open; segments orange with a central blotch of deep dull orange; filaments yellow; stem weak; leaves ascending; 10 inches; April 19, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Emile Verbrugge, 1952 "Flower salmon pink; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Empress. See: Turban Violet.

Eternel, 1960 (HB)

Evert Pienters, 1942 "Flower purple rose, edged lilac rose; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Fire Dome (Firedome). See: Vuurbaak.

Fire King, <1907 (HB) "Flower scarlet. Rather thin, semi-double; base dull yellow; filaments stained; stem stout, coloured; leaves ascending; 14 inches; April 29, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Fougeron, 1960 (HB) "Flower red, yellow; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Fringed Beauty, 1926 (HB)

Garanza, 1944 "Flower pink; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Generaal Dean, 1948 (HB)

Gerard Dou, 1960 "Flower white; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Ghandi, <1952 (HB)

Gloria Solis, <1875 (HB) "Flower red, edged yellow. Round, full; filaments yellow; stem weak; leaves pale; 13 inches; April 19, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Golden Ducat, 1952 (HB)

Goya, 1933 (HB) "Flower salmon scarlet and yellow; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Goya (var Foliage), 1933 "Flower salmon scarlet and yellow; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Graaf van Leicester. See: Count of Leicester. Note: Hortus Bulborum lists 'Graaf van Leicester' as a separate cultivar.

Grand Maitre, 1912 (HB) "Flower red; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Harlequin, <1912 (syn.: Spotted Murillo) (HB) "Flower of other colours -- yellow splashed with crimson. . A colour form of 'Murillo'." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Henry Witte, <1895 (syn.: Henry White.) (HB) "Flower red, edged yellow. Round, full; filaments yellow; stem slender; 14 inches; April 27, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Herman Broeckaert,1942 (HB) "Flower scarlet, edged buttercup yellow; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Hoangho, 1940 (HB) "Flower yellow; 12 inches (30 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Jacobus van Looy, 1958 "Flower pale pink; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Jan Vermeer, 1942 (HB) "Flower cardinal red, edged yellow; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Johan Vlaanderen, 1944 (HB)

John Dacosta, 1944 (HB)

Jozef Israels, 1896 (HB)

J. P. Laurens, 1942 (HB) "Flower blood red, edged light lilac; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

J. W. van Reisen, 1960 (HB)

Kalmar, 1952 (HB) "Flower deep red; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Koningin der Nederlanden. See: Queen of the Netherlands.

Kroeskop tulip, date unknown, side view (MEW) 2011 - 590p Kroeskop tulip, date unknown, top view (MEW) 2011 - 590p Kroeskop tulip, date unknown, cluster view (MEW) 2011 - 590p

Kroeskop, ?? (HB) "Flower orange red; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. Caption - Left: Kroeskop, date unknown. Double Early. Photos by Mary Ellen Wall (2011) (Click images for larger version.)



La Candeur, <1875 (HB) "Flower white. Segments of good substance; base and filaments yellow; stem stout; leaves very broad; 15 inches; April 28, 21 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

La Candeur Lilac. See: Violet Supérieur.

Lac van Haarlem, <1895 (HB) "Flower purple. Large, full; segments reddish purple, with paler margins; base white, with a yellow blotch; filaments yellow; stem weak; leaves very undulate; 13 inches; April 27, 14 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Lady Godiva, <1926 (HB)

La Fargue, 1960 "Flower cardinal red, edged yellow; 10 ionches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

La Grandesse, <1896 (HB) "Flower rose. Large, full, round; base and filaments yellow; stem stout; 15 inches; April 26, 14 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Laurens. See: J. P. Laurens.

L’Aurore, ?? (HB)

Leeuwenhorst, 1952 (HB)

Le Matador, <1879 (HB) "Flower scarlet. Medium size, well formed, colour deep; base and filaments yellow; stem coloured; leaves narrow, ascending; 14 inches; April 26, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Lord Beaconsfield, <1893 (HB) "Flower deep rose. Round, compact; base and filaments dull yellow; stem strong; leaves ascending; 12 inches; April 28, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Lucretia, ,1893 (HB) "Flower deep rose. Base large, yellow; filaments yellow; stem stout; 12 inches; April 27, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Luminosa, <1912 (HB) "Flower scarlet. Semi-double, large; base and filaments yellow; pollen violet; leaves numerous, ascending; 13 inches; April 29, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Madame Testout, 1931 (HB) "Flower bright lilac rose; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Madame van Zanten, 1916 (HB)

Maréchal Niel. See: Theeroos. Note: The Report, 1914-15 / Double Early states Marechal Niel is a synonym for Safrano (see below). Hortus Bulborum cites it as a much more recent tulip (see next entry).

Marechal Niel, 1930 (HB) See a;sp abpve crpss referemce/

Marius Bauer, 1952 "Flower yellow; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Marquette, <1912 (HB) "Flower red, edged yellow; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Mr. Van der Hoef, <1900 (syn.: Rêve d'Or.) (HB) "Flower yellow. A colour form of 'Murillo'. (IIIb)." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. The preferred name in the "Report 1914-15" was Reve d'Or..

Mr. Van der Hoef serrated, ?? (HB)

Murillo, 1860 (HB) "Flower white, flushed pink. Large, well shaped, full; base and filaments yellow; leaves very undulate, ascending; 14 inches; April 26, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Murillo folia fol var, 1912 (HB)

Murillo Max, 1939 "Flower pink; 12 inches (30 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Murillo Maxima, 1930 (HB) Flower white, flushed pink; 12 inches (30 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Murillo Record, 1952 (HB) "Flower pink; 12 inches (30 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Murillo Sulphur. See: Theeroos.

Mystery of India, <1910 (HB)

Niels Finsen, 1954 (HB) "Flower pink; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Oranje Nassau, <1912 (HB)

Paul Crampel, 1936 (HB)

Paul Rubens, 1942 "Flower cardinal red; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Peach Blossom, 1890, side view (MEW) 2011 - 590p. Peach Blossom, 1890, top view (MEW) 2011 - 590p Peach Blossom, 1890, side cluster (MEW) 2011 - 590p Peach Blossom, 1890, top cluster (MEW) 2011 - 590p

Peach Blossom, 1890 (HB) "Flower pink; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. Caption - Left: Peach Blossom, 1890. Double Early. Photos by Mary Ellen Wall (2011) (Click images for larger version.)



Pieter Geraedts, 1952 (HB) "Flower red; 12 inches (30 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Pompadour, 1907 (HB) "Flower white, flushed and marked with pink; 12 inches (30 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Prince Eugen. See: Prins Eugen.

Princess Beatrice, <1907 (HB) "Flower white, flushed pink. Like 'Parmesiano', but smaller; 16 inches; April 26, 13 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Prins Eugen, 1956 (syn.: Prince Eugen.) "Flower yellow, fringed carmine; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Purperkroon, 1785, side view (MEW) 2011 - 590p Purperkroon, 1785, top view (MEW) 2011 - 590p Purperkroon, 1785, side cluster (MEW) 2011 - 590p

Purperkroon, 1785 (syn.: Purple Crown; The Moor) (HB) "Flowers of other colours -- Purplish crimson. Large, rough; stem stout; 11 inches; April 28, 21 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Image Index: See Purple Crown at Tulip Gallery. Caption - Left: Purperkroon, 1785. Double Early. Photos by Mary Ellen Wall (2011) (Click images for larger version.)



Purple Crown. See: Purperkroon.

Queen of the Netherlands, 1890. (syn.: Koningin der Nederlanden) (HB) "Flower white, flushed pink. Large, full, regular, flush slight; base and filaments yellow; stem stout, coloured; leaves large; 16 inches, April 26, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Queen of the Pinks, <1913 (HB) "Flower rosy red; 12 inches (30 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Reine des Roses, <1901 (HB) "Flower rose. Large, full, round; base diffuse; filaments yellow; pollen green; stem stout; leaves undulate; 12 inches; April 28, 12 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Rembrandt, 1940 "Flower rose pink; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Rêve d'Or. See: Mr. van der Hoef.

Rex Rubrorum, 1830, side view (MEW) 2011 - 590p Rex Rubrorum, 1830, top view (MEW) 2011 - 590p Rex Rubrorum, 1830, side cluster view (MEW) 2011 - 590p

Rex Rubrorum, <1830 (HB) "Flower scarlet; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. Caption - Left: Rex Rubrorum, 1830. Double Early. Photos by Mary Ellen Wall (2011) (Click images for larger version.)



Rex Rubrorum fol var, <1915 (HB) "Flower scarlet and floliage striped (varigated). small." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Rheingold, 1942 (HB)

Robert Spencer, 1944 "Flower deep rose; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Rose Blanche, <1897 (HB) "Flower white. Round, full; base yellowish; filaments pale yellow; stem slender; leaves crisply undulate, ascending; 15 inches; April 29, 21 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Rosa de la Montagne, <1893 (HB) "Flower rose. Medium size; base and filaments yellow; stem stout; leaves ascending; 12 inches; April 22, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Rosine, <1897 (HB) "Flower rose. Semi-double to single; base diffuse yellow; filaments yellow; leaves ascending; 14 inches; April 22, 16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Rossinant, ?? (HB)

Rubra Maxima, ,1879 (HB) "Flower scarlet. Full, form good, colour very deep; base large deep yellow; filaments yellow; pollen dark; stem coloured; leaves very undulate; 10 inches; April 21, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Ruysdael, 1950 (HB) "Flower orange red; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Safrano. See: Theeroos. Note: The Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

listed Theeroos umder ;Safrano', their preferred name.

Salmonetta, <1912 (HB) "Flower salmon; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Salvator Rosa (Rose), 1860 (HB) "Flower rose. Regular; margins of segments almost white; leaves narrow, ascending; 13 inches; April 22, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

Scarlet Cardinal, 1914 (HB)

Scarlet King. See Duc van Tol Double under Duc van Tol Tulips.

Schoonoord, 1908, side view (MEW) 2011 - 590p Schoonoord, 1908. side cluster view (MEW) 2011 - 590p

Schoonoord. 1909 (syn.: White Murillo) (HB) "Flower white. Large, full, becoming slightly flushed with pink when aged; segments of good substance; base and filaments yellow; stem strong; 12 inches; April 26, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. Caption - Left: Schoonoord, 1909. Double Early. Photos by Mary Ellen Wall (2011) (Click images for larger version.)

Simmerjoun, 1912 (HB)

Snowball. See: Boule de Neige.

Spinel, 1944 "Flower crimson rose; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Spotted Murillo. See: Harlequin.

Stockholm, 1953 (HB)

Sungleam, ?? (HB) "Flower apricot yellow; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Tailleux, 1960 "Flower deep rose pink; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Theeroos, 1890, side view (MEW) 2011 - 590p Theeroos, 1890, top view (MEW) 2011 - 590p Theeroos, 1890, side cluster (MEW) 2011 - 590p Theeroos, 1890, side cluster close up (MEW) 2011 - 590p

Theeroos, 1890 (syn.: Brimston; Brimstone Beauty; Marechal Niel; Murillo Sulphur; Safrano; Tea Rose) (HB) "Flower primrose. A colour form of 'Murillo', (IIIb), very soft shade of primrose flushed salmon." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Note: The "Report, 1914-15" lists Theeroos under the name 'Safrano'. Image Index: Tulip Gallery ! Tulip Gallery. Caption - Left: Theeroos, 1890. Double Early. Photos by Mary Ellen Wall (2011) (Click images for larger version.)

The Moor. See: Purperkroon.

Tournesol Red and Yellow, 1769 (HB) "Flower orange and red. Round, full, colours bright; filaments yellow; stem rather weak; leaves ascending; 11 inches; April 21, 16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Triumphator, 1919 (HB) "Flower rosy red; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Triumphator Maxima, ?? (HB)

Turban Violet, <1879 (syn.: Empress; Violet Foncé) (HB) "Flower puce. Large, loose, blue purple passing to reddish purple, streaked and splashed with orange; filaments yellow; stem weak; leaves very undulate, ascending; 14 inches; April 27, 21 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Velvet Queen, <1875 (HB)

Violet Foncé. See: Turban Violet.

Violet Supérieur (Superieur), <1897 (syn.: La Candeur Lilac.) (HB) "Flower puce. Shape poor; colour dull magenta; base white, with a yellowish blotch; filaments white; stem stout; leaves short, ascending; 13 inches; May 4, 16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Vuurbaak, 1892 (syn.: Fire Dome; Firedome.) "Flower scarlet. Large, open; base and filaments bright' yellow; stem coloured; leaves long, very undulate; 10 inches; April 26, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early.

White Murillo. See: Schoonoord.

Wilhelm Kordes, 1943 (HB) "Flower cadmium orange, flamed red; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Willem III, <1893 (HB) "Flower scarlet. Large, full, opening wide; base and filaments bright yellow; stem coloured; leaves long, very undulate, glaucous; 15 inches; April 27, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Double Early. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Willem van Oranje, 1933, side view (MEW) 2011 - 590p Willem van Oranje, 1933, top view (MEW) 2011 - 590p Willem van Oranje, 1933, cluster (MEW) 2011 - 590p

Williem van Oranje, 1933 (HB) "Flower orange, flushed coppery red; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery. Caption - Left: Willem van Oranje, 1933. Double Early. Photos by Mary Ellen Wall (2011) (Click images for larger version.)



Willemsoord, 1930 (HB) "Flower carmine, edged white; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Wit’s Glory, 1952 (HB) "Flower red, edged orange; 10 inches (25 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Yellow Treasure, 1955 (HB) "Flower deep yellow; 16 inches (40 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

 

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