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Holland Queen a more perennial like tulip?

Posted by rouge21 5b (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 22, 11 at 15:09

I understand that some tulips are better at being perennial like than others. I was planning on placing an order for "Holland Queen" eg.

I was hoping that someone here has had it long enough to be able to comment on its 'hardiness'.

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RE: Holland Queen a more perennial like tulip?

Tulips are hardy. They don't like warm winters. Their hardiness has nothing to do with their ability to return.

Whether Holland Queen will naturalize depends upon to which group it belongs. I didn't see that given at the link. Old Darwins are the most likely to multiply.

Found a link that labels it as a class 3 - Triumphs.

Here is a link that might be useful:

RE: Holland Queen a more perennial like tulip?

Thanks iris_gal for the reply. When I used the term 'hardiness' in my post I was trying to refer to its ability to be perennial. Thanks for the link.

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