The Black Hero Tulip — features peony-form double flowers of a lustrous maroon so dark it shades to black. Flowers are 4 to 5 inches across and carried on strong 22” stems. Blooms late April into early May.
Pettifers has a strong structure that makes it stunning in the winter. When the garden wakes up in late winter, it brings aconites and snowdrops, then hellebores. Shortly after, the meadow of snake’s-head fritillaries stretches out, followed by tulips // Great Gardens & Ideas //
Apricot Parrot has been give the Award of Garden Merit (AGM) by the RHS for outstanding performance in the garden. It has large pink crinkled petals with a beautifully intriguing touch of green. Prefers well-drained soil in sun or part shade.