Saturday, June 4, 2011

A different kind of tulip?

                  When I saw this flower at the Tulips Festival last month I couldn't believe it's a Tulip.
                One thing that I regretted to take photo is the name of this tulip. It's gorgeous isn't it?

UPDATE: Thanks to Maia I found out that this flower is not a tulip. The name is Imperial Crown Lily, ain't that gorgeous? And as I searched on the in the internet it has different color and it can be planted in Spring to bloom in Fall. Wish I could find bulbs for this, love this one another lily to be planted soon.
                                                       Macro Flower
                                                       Flowers on Saturday

8 comments:

forgetmenot said...

These are different--very pretty though. They just keep coming out with new varieties all the time. Have a nice weekend. Mickie :)

Maia said...

Very beautiful but it's not a tulip.
It is a Crown imperial (Fritillaria imperialis) in the lily family but it blooms earlier than other lilies (by us).
I was not able to take a decent photo of this beauty.

Kim, USA said...

Hi Maia,
Thanks for the information. I thought this is another variety of tulip. It's gorgeous and it has different colors. I might try to plant this flower if I find bulb for sale. Thanks!!

Jama said...

They are so beautiful!

raya said...

wow! what a lovely flower! returning the visit sis! hope you could join
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this week!

Light Trigger said...

Great macro!

via Macro Flower Saturday

Light Trigger

SquirrelQueen said...

Beautiful, I have never seen an Imperial Crown Lily. I would love to have these in my garden.

Sorry I am so very late, hope you are having a great week!

Ewa said...

that's a tulip that I didn't see befoe, it looks fantastic!