cornwall in colours: orange

Tulipa ‘Orange Emperor’  are old bulbs which I planted in the raised herb bed in 2016. They were gorgeous in spring 2017, but only a few appear each spring since. This year I have five lovely flowers in one clump, but only one flower and several leaves in another.

Tulipa “Orange Emperor” – March 23 2020

Whilst we are confined to #StayAtHome I will be posting photos from around my house and garden to hopefully cheer us all up.

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  1. They are a beautiful cheerful colour. 🙂

    1. Heyjude says:

      And so unexpected! After last year I wasn’t expecting any to appear this spring. They last for a couple of weeks too which is nice.

  2. Colline says:

    This colour is so vibrant

    1. Heyjude says:

      Wait until you see tomorrow’s post Colline!

  3. lolaWi says:

    love the color! so vibrant! 🙂

  4. Robyn Haynes says:

    Stunning colour Jude. Great photos as always.

    1. Heyjude says:

      Thank you Robyn. We are hitting tulip season now (my favourite flower) so every day I awake wondering which one might be open today!

      1. Robyn Haynes says:

        Isn’t that the best? I just love the anticipation of what my garden will surprise me with next I find things I’ve forgotten about. Suddenly there’s a bloom and I enjoy it all over again. I do envy you your tulips Hope you’ll share some more photos.

        1. Heyjude says:

          Plenty more on today’s post!

  5. Oh what wonderful firery colours…

  6. I have a neighbor whose tulips are out in force right now, so lovely to walk past them.

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