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The Single Late Division now officially includes the Darwin tulips (a group distinct from the Darwin Hybrids) and most of the Breeder tulips, but the Darwin tulips and the Breeders are treated separately here as well as by Hortus Bulborum.

The Single Late Division now also includes many former Cottage Tulips. Cottage Tulips are not treated as a separate category on this website. However, the former scope and importance of the Cottage Tulip class is illustrated by the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15, which made Cottage Tulips their Class 4. See: Cottage Tulips. The following descriptions and images are from this source. Note that the descriptions frequently include references to "Types", which are defined and illustrated below.

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

According to the "Report, 1914-15", the forms of the flowers in their Cottage Tulip Class fall into four types, which are indicated in the descriptions and images below:

type 1.—Cup-shaped, e.g. 'Bouton d'Or' Fig. 1.
type 2.—Pointed, e.g. 'Mrs. Moon' Fig. 2.
type 3.—Egg-shaped, e.g. 'John Ruskin' Fig. 3.
type 4.—Segments reflexed, e.g. 'Retroflexa' Fig. 4.

Fig. 1 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Cottage Tulip – Bouton d’Or. Fig 2 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Cottage Tulip - Mrs. Moon. Fig 3 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee. 1914-15: Cottage Tulip – John Ruskin. Fig. 4 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Cottage Tulip – Retroflexa.

Cottage Tulip Shapes: Image Captions -- left to right: Figure 1: Cottage Tulip – 'Bouton d’Or' (described as cup shaped); Figure 2: Cottage Tulip - 'Mrs. Moon' (described as pointed). Figure 3: Cottage Tulip – 'John Ruskin' (described as egg-shaped). Figure 4: Cottage Tulip – 'Retroflexa' (described as segments reflexed). Click images for larger versions.

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

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

Admiral Tromp, <1932 (HB) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Advance, 1920 (HB)

Aegir, <1918 (HB)

Aesculapius, <1863 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Afterglow, 1916 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Aileen, 1960 (HB)

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

Albiftora. See: Silver Crown.

Albury, 1959 "Flower currant red, lightly tinged dull gray; 20 inches (50 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Alcida, <1916 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Alcmene, 1917 (HB) "Flower red." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Alice. See: Prince Albert under Breeder Tulips.

Alice Keith, 1930 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

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

Ambrosia, 1921 (HB)

Ankara, 1943 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Anne Frank, 1960 "Flower white; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Annie McGregor, @ 1860 (Rose) (WNE) See under Breeder 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) See under Breeder Tulips.

Arcadia, (RL) ) See under Breeder Tulips.

Archeron, <1913 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Arentine Arendsen. See: May Queen under Darwin Tulips.

Arethusa, <1916 (HB) "Flower yellow." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Argo, <1916 (HB) "Flower orange." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Argyre, (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Aristocrat, 1935 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Arlington, 1942 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Asta Nielsen, 1950 (HB) "Flower yellow; 28 inches (70 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

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

Avis Kennicott, 1900 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower yellow. Type 2: pointed, e.g. 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Form and substance good; bright pale yellow, with black streaks at base, filaments black; 22 inches; May 8, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Bacchus, <1913 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Balalaika, 1952 "Flower turkey red; 28 inches (70 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Barbara, Pratt, 1930 (HB)

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.

Belle Jaune, 1932 (HB)

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

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

Betsy, 1939 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

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

Beverley, 1932 (HB)

Billietiana Sunset. See: Sunset.

Bingham, 1950 (HB) "Flower yellow; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Bird of Paradise. See: Mrs. Keightley.

Biscuit. See: Bronze Queen under Breeder Tulips.

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

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

Blanca, 1930 (HB)

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

Blue Star, <1914 (syn.: Gesneriana rosea.) (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower cerise. Type 2: pointed, e.g. 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). A form of 'Gesneriana'; base with the fine blue-blotched base of 'Gesneriana spathulata' (Fig. 5); 24 inches; May 10, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Blussing Bride, 1959 (HB)

Boadicea, <1915 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower orange-scarlet. Type 2-3 (see above). Rather short, a smaller, rather more pointed flower than 'Hammer Hales'; base as in Fig. 8, yellow, with a broad olive margin; 29 inches; May 8, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Bolide, 1943 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Bond Street, 1952 (HB)

Bonfire. See: Lucifer under Breeder Tulips.

Bouton d’Or, <1897 (syn.: Golden Beauty; Ida.) (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower yellow. Type 1: cup-shaped, e.g., Bouton d;Or (Fig. 1).. Of medium size and very fine form and sub- stance; filaments blackish at apex; 25 inches; May 7, 21 days. (Fig. 1.)" -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Bronze Beauty, <1944 (HB) "Flower purple rose, orange." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Bronze King, <1911 (HB) (Grandissima) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Bronze Queen, <1911 (HB) (Biscuit, Clio, Duc de Orleans, Sensation) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Caledonia, <1904 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower orange-scarlet. Type 1: cup-shaped, e.g., Bouton d;Or (Fig. 1).. Form and substance good; base as Fig. 9, yellow, blotched olive; filaments olive above the middle; 22 inches; May 10, 16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

Candidate, ?? (HB) See under Breeder Tulips.

Candolle, 1926 "Flower salmon orange." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Cantor, 1960 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Cape Town, 1954 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Cardinal Manning, <1913 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Carmargue, ?? "Flower cream red." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Carrara, 1912 "Flower white; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Casius, (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

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

Chappaqua, 1943 (HB)

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

Cherbourg, 1915 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

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

Claudette, 1952 "Flower white, red; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Cleopatra, 1960 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Clio. See: Bronze Queen under Breeder Tulips.

Color Beauty. See: Princess Margaret Rose.

Columbine, 1920 (Byb) (WNE) <1929 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Copernicus, <1916 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder 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) See under Breeder Tulips.

Crepuscule, 1912 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

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

Cyrano, (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Darlington, 1933 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Decorator, 1957 "Flower red; 20 inches (50 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Delight, ?? (HB)

Demeter, 1932 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Deryn Roberts, 1990 (Biz) (WNE) See under Breeder Tulips.

Dido, 1914 (HB) "Flower pink; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Dillenburg, 1916 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Doctor Euwe, <1930 (HB)

Dolores. See: La Tristesse under Darwin Tulips.

Dom Pedro, <1911 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Dorrie Overall, 1944 "Flower petunia violet; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Dreadnought. See: Velvet King under Breeder Tulips.

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

Dreamland, 1959 (HB)

Duc d'Orléans. See: Bronze Queen under Breeder Tulips.

Duke of Westminster. See: Excelsior under Darwin Tulips.

Dulcinea, 1917 (HB) "Flower deep rose; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

Eastern Queen, 1959 (HB)

Eclipse, 1913 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

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

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

Elsie Eloff, 1949 (HB)

Empress of China. See: Yellow Perfection under Breeder Tulips.

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

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

Fairy Nymph, <1931 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Fairy Queen, ?? (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower shot. Type 2: pointed, e.g., Mrs. Moon (Fig. 2). Form and substance good; outside light purple, passing to a paler margin, tinged with primrose-yellow; inside deep yellow, with a purplish flush; base dull; filaments with a black ring at apex; 30 inches; May 15, 14 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

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

Fantasma, 1952 " Flower red; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Fille Cherie. See: Mauve Clair under Darwin Tulips.

Fireside. See: Vlammenspel.

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

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

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

Frasquita, 1953 (HB)

Fulgens maxima lutea. See: Mrs. Moon.

Fulton, 1951 (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Galaxy, 1960 (HB)

Gander, 1952 "Flower bright magenta; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Geisha, <1923 (HB) "Flower light lilac pink; 26 inches (65 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

General French, <1925 (HB)

General Ney, <1837 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

George Grappe, <1932 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Georgette, 1952 "Flower yellow, red." -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

gesneriana albo-marginata. See: Sweet Nancy.

gesneriana aurantiaca. See: Globe of Fire.

gesneriana ixioides. See: Ixioides.

gesneriana L.Lutea, <1901 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower yellow. Type 2: pointed, e.g.,' Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Large, opening well, clear deep colour; 20 inches; May 8, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

gesneriana lutea pallid. See: Mrs. Keightley.

gesneriana Rosea, 1901 (HB) Note: "Report, 1914-15: makes this a cross-reference to 'Blue Star'.

gesneriana L. Spathulata, <1904 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower cochineal-red. Type 2: pointed, e.g., 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Large, of good substance, opening well; colour bright and clear; base as Fig. 5, clear bright blue; 28 inches; May 8, 18 days. A strong and brilliant garden flower. (Fig. 5.)" -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Giant, 1900 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

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

Glare of the Garden, 1904 (syn.: Maculata globosa grandiflora.) (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower cochineal-red. Type 2-3 (see above). A form of 'Maculata'. Large, form and substance good, colour deep; base of the form in Fig. 9, black and yellow; filaments black; 20 inches; May 6, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Gleam, c 1930 (Biz) (WNE) See under Breeder Tulips.

Globe of Fire, <1914 (syn.: Gesneriana aurantiaca.) (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower orange-scarlet. Type 2: pointed, e.g., Mrs. Moon (Fig. 2). A form of 'Gesneriana.' Large, form and substance good; base large, pale olive-black; filaments olive- brown; 30 inches; May 12, 14 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Gloria, ?? (Rose) (WNE) (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Gloria Mundi, ?? "Flower pink; 24 inches 60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

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

Godet Parfait, <1912 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Golden Beauty. See: Bouton d'Or.

Golden Crown, <1901 (syn.: Yellow Crown.) (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower yellow, edged red. Type 2: pointed, e.g., 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Large, form and substance fair; 20 inches; May 6, 20 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Golden Harvest, 1928 (HB)

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

Golden Tears. See: Gold Tears under Breeder Tulips.

Goldfinder, late 19th century (Biz) (WNE) See under Breeder Tulips.

Gold Tears (syn.: Golden Tears) See under Breeder Tulips.

Good Gracious, <1942 (HB) "Flower orange, flushed yellow; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Gorgeous. See: Lucifer under Breeder Tulips.

Grandissima. See: Bronze King. See under Breeder Tulips.

Great Simon, (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Grenadier, 1912 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower orange-scarlet. Type 3: egg-shaped, e.g. 'John Ruskin' (Fig. 3). Large, form and substance good; colour very bright; base as in Fig. 7, yellow; 21 inches; May 8, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Gretchen, 1904 (syn.: Margaret) (HB) See under Darwin Tulips. See also Gretchen under Broken tulips.

Greuze, 1891 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

G. W. Leak, 1931 (HB)

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

Hautain, 1930 (HB)

Hellas, <1918 (HB)

Helvetia, ?? (HB)

Henry Ford, 1953 (HB)

Hindenburg, <1930 (HB)

Homere, 1919 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Hubert Calvert, 1980 (Rose) (WNE) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Ida. See: Bouton d'Or.

Idyll, <1916 (HB)

Inglescombe Pink, <1908 (syn.: Parisian Aurore; Salmon Queen.) "Cottage Tulip. Flower pink. Type 1: cup-shaped, e.g., Bouton d;Or (Fig. 1).. Large form and substance good; colour good, much deeper outside; base as in Fig. 5, pale blue; 25 inches; May 8, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Inglescombe Scarlet, 1902 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower scarlet. Type 2: pointed, e.g., 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Form and substance good; base as in Fig. 11, black, with yellow points; 26 inches; May 8, 18 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Inglescombe Yellow, 1906 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower yellow. Type 1: cup-shaped, e.g., 'Bouton d;Or' (Fig. 1).. Long, form and substance very good; base bluish; 23 inches; May 13, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Insurpassable, 1932 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Ivory Glory, 1944 (HB) "Flower amber white; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Ixioides, 1901 (syn.: Gesneriana ixioides.) "Cottage Tulip. Flower yellow. Type 2-3 (see above). Form good, opens well; base as Fig. 11, black; filaments black; 26 inches; May 10, 17 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

James Akers. See: Akers under Breeder Tulips.

James Wild, 1860 (Biz) (WNE) (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Jan Cottaar, 1960 (HB)

Jane L. Eyre, 1970 (Byb) (WNE) See under Breeder Tulips.

Jaune d’Oeuf, <1863 (syn.: Sunrise) (HB (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Jaune Pure. See: Parisian Yellow.

Jeanne Desor, <1921 (HB) "Flower orange yellow, edged red; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Je Maintiendrai, <1863 (syn.: Sentinel) (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Jessie, ?? (Rose) (WNE) See under Breeder Tulips.

Joan Cruickshank, 1955 (HB) "Flower carmine rose; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

John Ruskin, 1904 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower shot. Type 3: egg-shaped, e.g. 'John Ruskin' (Fig. 3). Form and substance fair; pink and orange; base yellowish, with olive ring; 24 inches; May 10, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Joseph Israels. See: The Sultan under Darwin Tulips.

Jo Vincent, 1931 "Flower camellia rose; 22 inches (55 cms)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Jubilee, 1912 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Jules Favres, <1913 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Julia Farnese, 1853 (Rose) (WNE) See under Breeder Tulips.

Juliette (Juliet), 1845 (Rose) (WNE) (HB) 1840 (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Jupiter, <1913 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Kaj Munk, 1954 (HB) "Flower carmine rose; 28 inches (70 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

Kathleen Fruxton, <1942 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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.

King Salomon, 1953 (HB) 'Flower mahogany red, edged cream; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Kleurenpracht. See: Princess Margaret Rose.

Klopstock, <1863 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

La Candeur. See: White Queen under Darwin Tulips.

La Douceur,<1863 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

La Harpe, <1863 (HB) See under Breeder Tulips.

La Joyeuse, <1863 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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) See under Breeder Tulips.

Lemon Queen. See: Mother's Day.

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

Lina Schneider. See: Phyllis under Darwin Tulips.

Lincolnshire, <1934 (HB)

Linda. See: Avanti.See under Darwin Tulips.

Lisette, 1954 (HB) " Flower pink; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Lord Stanley, 1880 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Louis XIV, <1913 (HB) (RL) See under Darwin Tulips.

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

Lucifer, 1907 (syn.: Bonfire, Gorgeous) (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Mabel, 1850 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Maculata Globosa, ?? (HB)

Maculata Globosa grandiflora. See: Glare of the Garden.

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

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

Madame Mottet, 1942 (HB)

Madras, <1913 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Madrigal, 1953 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Magician. See: Magier.

Magier, 1951 (syn.: Magician.) "Flowe white, edged violet blue; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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.

Mariandel, 1950 "Flower orchid purple, edged white; 20 inches (50 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Marie. See: Valentine under Darwin Tulips.

Marie Louise, <1901 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Marjorie Bowen, 1921 (HB) Flower salmon; 24 inches (60 cm) Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

Marquis, <1929 (HB) "Flower light violet; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Marseillaise, 1957 (HB) "Flower cardinal red; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Marvel, 1912 (HB) "Flower amber; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Maryland, 1930 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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.

Mayflower, <1922 (HB) 1922 "Flower light scarlet; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

Medea, <1912 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Melva, <1931 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Menado, 1942 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Milestone, 1960 (HB)

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

Mirella, 1953 (HB) "Flower deep salmon, edged pale salmon; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Miss Blanche, 1924 (HB)

Mongolia, 1919 (HB)

Monsieur S. Mottet, <1915 (HB)

Montgomery, 1945 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Moonlight, <1904 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower primrose. Type 2-3 (see above). Large, form and substance good, colour very soft; 21 inches; May 6, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Moroccan Beauty, 1955 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Mother’s Day, 1931 (syn.: Lemon Queen.) (HB) "Flower yellow; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Mount Erebus. See: White City.

Mr. D. T. Fish. See: Mrs. Potter Palmer under Darwin Tulips.

Mrs. Clarke. See: Mrs. Moon.

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

Mrs. Harold I Pratt, 1926 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Mrs. Hoog, 1921 (HB) "Flower pale yellow; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Mrs. John T. Scheepers, 1930 "Flower yellow; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Mrs Keightley, 1902 (syn.: Bird of Paradise; gesneriana lutea pallid.) (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower yellow. Type 2: pointed, e.g., 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). A form of 'Gesneriana'; ' paler than 'Gesneriana lutea,' but of larger size; base blotched with wax-yellow; 23 inches; May 3, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Mrs. Moon, 1900 (syn.: Fulgens maxima lutea; Mrs. Clarke.) (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower yellow. Type 2: pointed, e.g., 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Large, long, form and substance good; colour clear, with duller blotches at base; 30 inches; May 11, 19 days. (Fig. 2.)" -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

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, <1939 (Byb) (WNE)_ (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Narbonensis alba. See: Sweet Nancy.

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

N.H. Eyre, 1970 (Byb) (WNE) See under Breeder Tulips.

Niphetos, 1933 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Nobel, 1940 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

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

Norham Beauty, <1915 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower shot. Type 2: pointed, e.g.,' Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Form and substance fair; purplish, becoming yellowish at margin; base lemon-yellow, flushed olive; 24 inches; May 12, 16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Northern Queen, <1930 (syn.: Queen of the North.) (HB) "Flower white, edged pink; 20 inches (50 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

Old Times, <1919 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Orange Beauty, 1905 (HB) See under Breeder Tulips.

Orange Diamond, 1955 (HB)

Orange King, 1903 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Orient, 1917 (HB)

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

Ossi Oswalda, <1932 (HB) "Flower creamy white, flushed rose; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

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

Palistina, 1944 "Flower salmon pink, green; 16 inches (40 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Pandion, 1951 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Panorama, <1863 (HB) See under Breeder Tulips.

Papago, 1940 (HB) See under Breeder Tulips.

Parisian Aurore. See: Inglescombe Pink.

Parisian Yellow, <1901 (syn.: Jaune Pure; Vanguard.) (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower yellow. Type 2: pointed, e.g., 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). A variety resembhng 'Gesneriana lutea'; base blackish; 33 inches; May 16, 14 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

Pelgrim, 1943 "Flower violet; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Plutarchus, <1914 (HB)

Poissy, 1954 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Pourpre Magnifique, <1913 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

President Hoover, 1930 (HB) See under Breeder Tulips.

President Lincoln. See: Poupre Magnifique under Breeder Tulips.

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

Pride of Inglescombe, <1914 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower cream, flushed pink. Type 2: pointed, e.g., Mrs. 'Moon' (Fig. 2). Form and substance good; base small, blotched blue as in Fig. 5, and tinged yellow; 23 inches; May 11, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

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

Primrose Beauty, <1915 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower primrose. Type 2: pointed, e.g., 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Form and substance fair, somewhat constricted in the middle; 20 inches; May 12, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Prince Albert, <1863 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Prince of Orange. See: Orange Beauty under Breeder Tulips.

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

Prince of Wales, <1863 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder 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.

Princess Margaret Rose, 1944 (syn.: Kleurenpracht; Color Beauty.) (HB) "Flower yellow, edged orange red; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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) See under Breeder Tulips.

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) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

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

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

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

Queen of the North. See: Northern Queen.

Queen of Violets, <1948 (HB) See under Breeder Tulips.

Querida, 1943 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Red Indian, <1930 (HB) "Flower orange, shaded red; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Red Lion, 1951 "Flower red; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

Reliance, 1938 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

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

Renown, 1949 "Flower light carmine red; 26 inches (65 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Reve de Jeunesse. See: Dream under Darwin Tulips.

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

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

Riant, 1955 (HB)

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

Roi Soleil, <1919 (HB See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Rosabella, 1915 (HB)

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

Rose des Dames, <1863 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Rose Mist, 1942 (HB) "Flower white mottled rose pink; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Rosy Wonder, 1951 (HB) "Flower radiant pink, white base; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Saginow (Saginaw), 1942 (HB) (Sagina) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Salmon Queen. See: Inglescombe Pink.

Sam(uel) Barlow, 1860 (WNE) 1880 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Sanspareille, <1863 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Sara Akers, 1985 (Rose) (WNE) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

Scarlet Glory, 1933 (HB) "Flower scarlet; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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 under Breeder Tulips.

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.

Show Girl (Showgirl), 1957 (HB) Flower creamy yellow, flamed carmine; 30 inches (75 cm) Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

Sigrid Undset, 1954 (HB) "Flower creamy white; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Silver Crown, <1850 (syn.: Albiftora.) (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower white. Type 2: pointed, e.g., 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Opening wide; 18 inches; May 6, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Silver Wedding, 1950 "Flower yellow, edged white; 26 inches (65 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Simon Bolivar, 1944 (HB) See under Breeder Tulips.

Sir Edward Grey. See: Nauticus under Darwin Tulips.

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

Smetana, 1955 "Flower bronzy yellow; 32 inches (80 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Smiling Ann, 1933 "Flower white, edged pink; 20 inches (50 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Smiling Princess, 1953 (HB) "Flower rose, edged pale rose; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Smiling Queen, 1938 (HB) "Flower rose, edged silver pink; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Solon, 1926 (HB)

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

Southern Cross, 1934 (HB)

Sulphur, 1860 (Biz) (WNE) See under Breeder Tulips.

Sundew, 1930 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Sunkist, 1933 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Sunrise. See: Jaune d’Oeuf under Breeder Tulips.

Sunset, <1914 (syn.: Billietiana Sunset.) (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower yellow. Type 2: pointed, e.g., 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Large, and of good substance; colour bright; 21 inches; May 8, 19 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Superba, 1913 (HB) See under Breeder Tulips.

Sweet Harmony, 1944 (HB)

Sweetheart. See: Princess Juliana under Darwin Tulips.

Sweet Lavender. See: William Copland under Darwin Tulips.

Sweet Nancy, <1914 (syn.: gesneriana alba-marginata; Narbonensis alba.) (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower white, edged pink. Type 2: pointed, e.g., 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Segments reflexed at tips when old; base and filaments bluish; 21 inches; May 7, 16 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Talisman, 1860 (Byb) (WNE) <1860 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Tamara, 1942 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Tantalus, 1926 (HB) See under Breeder Tulips.

Television, 1958 "Flower fiery red, edged orange red; 26 inches (65 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Temple of Beauty, 1959 "Flower salmon rose; 30 inches (75 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

The Bride. See: La Fiancee under Darwin Tulips.

The Fawn, <1901 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower shot. Type 2: pointed, e.g., 'Mrs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Form and substance fair; white, suffused rose, outside with a beam of salmon; base blotched with yellow; filaments yellow, with an olive ring at apex; 27 inches; May 15, 14 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Themis, <1900 (HB) "Flower white, 20 inches (50 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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) See under Breeder Tulips.

Toean, 1958 (HB)

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.

Vanguard. See: Parisian Yellow.

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) See under Breeder 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'.

Violet Queen, 1931 "Flower violet blue; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Vitellina, 1896 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower primrose. Type 2: pointed, e.g., M'rs. Moon' (Fig. 2). Long, form and substance good; 31 inches; May 16, 12 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

Vlammenspel, 1941 (syn.: Fireside.) "Flower yellow, flamed blood red; 20 inches (50 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Vredehof, 1950 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Vulcan, <1913 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Wallflower, 1943 "Flower purple brown; 20 inches (50 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

Wendy Akers, (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

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

White City, 1932 (syn.: Mount Erebus) (HB) "Flower white; 24 inches (60 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

Wilberforce, <1913 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Wildlust. See: Glacier under Darwin Tulips.

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

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

William Copland Rose, 1918 See Rose Copland under Darwin Tulips.

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

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

Winnetou, 1939 (HB) (RL) See under Breeder Tulips.

Yellow Crown. See: Golden Crown.

Yellow Emperor, <1914 (HB) "Cottage Tulip. Flower yellow. Type 1: cup-shaped, e.g., Bouton d;Or (Fig. 1).. Large, often minutely dotted with red; 22 inches; May 13, 15 days." -- Report, 1914-15 / Cottage Tulips.

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

Yellow Perfection, <1913 (syn.: Empress of China) (HB) (RL) "Flower yellow, flushed olive; 22 inches (55 cm)" -- TG. Image Index: Tulip Gallery.

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

Yuma, 1949 (HB)

Zeus, 1929 (HB)

Zulu, 1898 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

Zwanenburg, 1912 (HB) See under Darwin Tulips.

 

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