Daily Flower Candy: Tulipa batalinii ‘Bronze Charm’

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Diminutive Tulipa batalinii is native to Central Asia, where it grows on stony hillsides. Tulipa batalinii ‘Bronze Charm’ is one of many pretty named varieties, the flowers the colour of a dawn sky, delicately flushed with bronze. It is one of the best small tulips for growing in rock gardens or shallow pans. I was in two minds whether the partnership with purple violas would work, but the tulips’ inky stamens complement perfectly the velvety richness of their companions.

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Categories: Bulbs, Container gardening, Daily Flower Candy, Flowers

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