Sunday, April 24, 2016

Tulips on Park Ave NYC

Some interesting facts about these yearly tulips:
This Spring the tulips are a sunny, yellow Darwin Hybrid called Golden Oxford – among the most weather resistant of all garden tulips with large flower heads and strong stems.
After the Tulips have finished, the Park Avenue Fund hosts a “Park Avenue Tulip Dig” – a longstanding tradition that allows members of the community to dig up the spent bulbs for future use in their own gardens.
How nice! via New York Social Diary

4 comments:

tammy j said...

that is lovely to know!
they're so beautiful.
like sunshine there!

Robin@DecoratingTennisGirl said...

Have strolled Park Ave several time. The tulips are beautiful. I know you must be missing your Webster. Bless his heart. Any thought of a new puppy:)?

Linda Sand said...

Cool!

Wendy Keyser said...

Hi Rosemary,
You find the most wonderful, interesting things! Thank-you for sharing and teaching. It is so important to keep your knowledge base growing and learning. Again Thanks dear friend.��