Tulip, ‘Toronto’ has red-orange flowers with some gold highlights at the edge of the petals. The flowers form a deep cup and come with green foliage that is mottled with purple. These are great for growing in pots.
Greigii Tulips: Just like so many other tulips, Greigii Tulips also comes from Turkistan. Since its introduction in 1872, great numbers of cultivated forms have been developed. This process is still under way and will no doubt continue long into the future. This group is currently the largest group of tulips closely related to (derived from) botanical species. The principle colors are red, yellow and white. Combined with their stunning spotted and striped leaves, these flower colors create an unforgettable visual impact. The flowers, large in proportion to the plant’s total height, open wide in the full sun. These qualities make Greigii tulips unsurpassed for use in borders, rock gardens, and in pots. The fact that this little tulip naturalises so easily is certainly another big advantage.