Tulip Ice Cream
The most bizarre introduction in years is our Tulip Ice Cream. You can take a look at it and let your imagination do the rest, but no matter how you turn it, it certainly looks like a delicious ice cream: a firm cup filled with sweet strawberry sundae topped with a mountain of whipped cream. Tulip Ice Cream is a rare variety, but also very artistic, you could make quite an impressive arrangement with this beauty. Originated in 1999 from a cross breeding between the double white T. Casa Blanca and the double red with yellow edges T. West Frisia.
Tulip Black Parrot
The most mysterious of all: Tulip Black Parrot. The petals are so long that they seem to spread as wings. The dark purple-red is matt on the outside of the petals, but shiny as onyx on the inside. One of my favourites to pick, because it just looks extremely dramatic in a vase. Try to combine with the late flowering red Tulip Kingsblood or the white Tulip Maureen. Or let your imagination go free. Introduced in 1937, even before the black Tulip Queen of Night.