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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). See also: 4. COTTAGE TULIPS and 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
Figure 2: Cottage Tulip - 'Mrs. Moon' (described as pointed). See also: 4. COTTAGE TULIPS and 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
Figure 3: Cottage Tulip – 'John Ruskin' (described as egg-shaped). See also: 4. COTTAGE TULIPS and 7. DARWIN TULIPS
Figure 4: Cottage Tulip – 'Retroflexa' (described as segments reflexed). See also: 4. COTTAGE TULIPS and 7. DARWIN TULIPS
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Fig. 5 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Cottage tulip – Gesneriana Spathulate. Fig. 6 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15; Darwin Tulip - Sieraad van Flora Fig. 7 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Cottage Tulip – Scarlet Emperor. Fig. 8 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Cottage Tulip – Rose Beauty.

Cottage Tulip Coloration Patterns: Image Captions -- left to right:
Figure 5: Cottage Tulip – 'Gesneriana Spathulate', base blue. See also: 4. COTTAGE TULIPS.
Figure 6: Darwin Tulip - 'Sieraad van Flora', base blue, white raved. (Although this example is a Darwin, some Cottage Tullips share this appearance.) See also: 4. COTTAGE TULIPS and 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
Figure 7: Cottage Tulip – 'Scarlet Emperor', base rich yellow. See also: 4. COTTAGE TULIPS and 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
Figure 8: Cottage Tulip – 'Rose Beauty', base white, edged blue. See also: 4. COTTAGE TULIPS.
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Fig. 9 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Cottage Tulip – Cleopatra. Fig. 10 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Cottage Tulip – Coronation Scarlet. Fig. 11 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Cottage Tulip – Strangulata Primulina.

Cottage Tulip Coloration Patterns: Image Captions -- left to right:
Figure 9: Cottage Tulip – 'Cleopatra', base black, edged gold. See also: 4. COTTAGE TULIPS.
Figure 10: Cottage Tulip – 'Coronation Scarlet', base black, edged yellow. See also: 4. COTTAGE TULIPS.
Figure 11: Cottage Tulip – 'Strangulata Primulina', base black. See also: 4. COTTAGE TULIPS and 11. BROKEN COTTAGE TULIPS.
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Fig. 12 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Darwin Tulip – Prof. Rawenhof. Fig. 13 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Darwin Tulip – Isis Fig. 14 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Darwin Tulip – Purple King. Fig. 15 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Darwin Tulip – Berthold Schwartz

Darwin Tulip Coloration Patterns: Image Captions -- left to right:
Figure 12: Darwin Tulip – 'Prof. Rawenhof', base blue, flushed with white. See also: 4. COTTAGE TULIPS and 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
Figure 13: Darwin Tulip – 'Isis', base blue, white edged. See also: 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
Figure 14: Darwin Tulip –' Purple King', base purple-black, with white line along segment margins. See also: 5. DUTCH FLORISTS' TULIPS and 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
Figure 15: Darwin Tulip – 'Berthold Schwartz', base white shading to rich blue. See also: 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
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Fig. 16 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Darwin tulip – Auber. Fig. 17 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Darwin Tulip – Anthony Roozen. Fig. 18 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Darwin Tulip – Baron van Goldtstein.

Darwin Tulip Coloration Patterns: Image Captions -- left to right:
Figure 16: Darwin Tulip – 'Auber'. Base blush purple, white edged. See also: 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
Figure 17: Darwin Tulip – 'Anthony Roozen,' base white, flushed blue. See also: 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
Figure 18: Darwin Tulip – 'Baron van Goldtstein', base black. See also: 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
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Fig. 19 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Darwin Tulip –Bleu Aimable. Fig. 20 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Darwin Tulip – Europe, base white. Fig. 21 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclature Committee, 1914-15: Darwisn Tulip – Clara Butt. Fig. 22 from the Report of the Tulip Nomenclataure Committee, 1914-15: Broken English Tulip – Sir Joseph Paxton.

Image Captions -- left to right:
Figure 19: Darwin Tulip - 'Bleu Aimable'. See also: II. INTRODUCTION and 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
Figure 20: Darwin Tulip – 'Europe', base white. See also: 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
Figure 21: Darwin Tulip – 'Clara But't. See also: II. INTRODUCTION. /a> and 7. DARWIN TULIPS.
Figure 22: Broken English Tulip – 'Sir Joseph Paxton'. See also: II. INTRODUCTION. /a> and 9. BROKEN ENGLISH TULIPS .
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