Tulip ‘Queen of Night’ is a late season tulip that bears velvety, dark maroon, single, cup-shaped flowers on straight stems and strap-like, grey-green leaves. These dramatic, almost-black tulips work well in a single-color border with other plum-colored flowers and foliage plants. Best in a sunny, well-drained site, they make excellent cut-flowers. A beautiful addition to your spring garden.
Darwin Single Late: These tulips can be found in almost any color known to tulips, including some extremely unusual bi-colored varieties. This group contains a wide variety of flower shapes. Darwin Single Late tulips make first-class cut flowers. The Darwin Single Late is an ideal all-purpose tulip, and is by far the best for general garden use and beauty. Darwin Single Late appear on long, graceful stems.
Tulips look best in mass plantings. They make good container plants and are delightful cut flowers.