Tulip Time


I can see why 17th century Dutch merchants  worked themselves into a fever over tulip bulbs. The flowers are never static. Even when captured in a vase they change shape and shade throughout the day. I think the colours here complement Cee’s stunning bearded iris, so please visit her at:

Cee’s flower of the day

45 thoughts on “Tulip Time

    1. Ah, so that’s what’s going on with them. I’ve often wondered when coming down in the morning to find a vaseful has somehow rearranged itself overnight.

      1. When I yelled at her for being a bad moose, she had the grace to walk away in shame. It only took window rapping, arm waving, and loud yelling to get her to realize her mistake. I think one of my students has it on video. I’m no doubt floating out there on the Internet as the crazed moose-hating English teacher.

  1. A beautiful colour combo, and good to know they keep on growing after picking. I had a bunch delivered this morning from my Australian daughter for Mother’s Day – Poland celebrates on a different day, besides, my Polish daughter told me today she doesn’t think of me as her mother!!

  2. Such gorgeous tulips and great colours Tish! You captured them so beautifully. 😀 ♥

  3. Very lovely, and you can see why the Dutch go crazy…even today…over tulips. I still have not been to Holland during tulip season, but it’s on my list. The Dutch were some of the first to import coffee, as well!

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