Sunday, 30 April 2017
Two more shots of 'corners of the garden'.
The above photograph is of a tulip in a raised bed of tulips in the centre of the garden. It's a lovely vibrant red colour, but if you enlarge it, you'll see that the spikey edges of the petals make it look rather like one of those insect eating mini man trap type flowers. It's the same colour as the rest of the tulips in this area, and I can only think that the last time we purchased a bag of tulips this one slipped in to the bag and the flower bed. Does anyone know of this type of tulip and what it's called?