When it comes to planning the spring garden, I always find myself struggling to decide which parrot tulips should and should not be planted. Customers and donation recipients seem to be very opinionated about them – either loving them or hating them. Though I love most varieties of parrot tulip, it seems that ‘White Parrot’ tulips served as a good in-between point.
Unlike many of the parrot tulips that I grow, which are heavily feathered, these more closely resemble “regular” flowers. By that, I simply mean that the petals of each flower were much less frayed looking than in some other varieties. While I personally wish that this characteristic would have been more prominent, others found the flowers to be delightful.
I was very pleased with their crisp white color, which undoubtedly would have blended right in with most any wedding decor or formal event. Though I may continue my search for a white parrot tulip that I like better, these were beautiful in their own right. What do you think? Have you ever grown ‘White Parrot’ tulip in your garden. I’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comment section below. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog!