White and green parrot tulips are very versatile and can be used to to create formal, casual, country or high design looks. For a classic holiday touch, pair white and green parrot tulips with dusty miller. The small touch of dove grey will break up the green and white and also introduce a rich texture.
Nautical and tropical elements adorn this bright, open coastal kitchen. Reclaimed wood ceiling beams are reminiscent of driftwood washing up on shore, and the chandelier boasts heavy rope, as if from a sailboat. Horizontally paneled, white painted walls add to the seaside charm.
These mango-faced lovebirds are unshakable companions while they sit perched on a limb in their birdcage. Their colorful plumage of lime greens, oranges and yellows offer the perfect inspiration for a tropical summer palette.
With the clever use of pre-fab bookshelves and kitchen base cabinets, this storage area has the look of a custom built-in at a fraction of the cost. The black-and-white backing of the bookshelves is an eye-catching contrast with the red walls.
The hot pink desk, antelope head and parrot pillow provide a great contrast to the royal blue walls in this contemporary teen bedroom. A yellow and white horizontal striped comforter adds another layer of color.
There are many different types of tulips, including Darwin hybrids, Fosterianas, doubles, parrots and more. Tulip 'Akebono' is a Japanese tulip that blooms in mid to late spring. Plant this double beauty in fall in part sun to part shade. It's hardy in zones 3-8.