tulip ‘Spring Green’

Tulipa ‘Spring Green‘. Unlike many tulips that are known for the knockout bright colors, Tulipa ‘Spring Green‘ brings a subtle touch to the spring garden palette with its white-to-cream petals punctuated with a green stripe along the midvein.

A member of the Liliaceae, Tulipa ‘Spring Green‘ is also known by the name Tulipa viridiflora ‘Spring Green’; the Latin viridiflora refers to the green color in its flower. This cultivar blooms in mid- to late spring and is known for its long-lasting, sturdy flowers. Tulipa ‘Spring Green‘ requires similar growing conditions as most tulip cultivars.

Botanical Name Tulipa ‘Spring Green’
Common Name tulip ‘Spring Green’
Family Liliaceae
USDA Zone 3 thru 8
Light Requirement Full Sun
Season(s) of interest spring
Height and Spread 1.5-2ft x 0.5ft (45-60cm x 15cm)
Flower Color White, Green
Attracts Wildlife  
Additional Information Not Native to the US Midwest. Horticultural origin.
Location in Lurie Garden Southeast Dark Plate, North Dark Plate, Northeast Light Plate, Southeast Light Plate

Average Flowering Time