Ballerina © 2011 David Leaser
This tulip variety is named “Ballerina” and the name is fitting. One of the largest members of the lily family, the tulip has more than 100 species of flowers. Tulip stems continue to grow after they are cut and will bend toward a source of light. This flower, with its orange coloring accented by yellow, seems to grow toward the light. With its perfect curvature and straight stem, it truly is does seem like a ballerina.

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