The series of photographs which are posted below show how they look covered in spoil and mulch.
There are many places on the Internet which describe the features of this tulip variety. One of them, Gardenia, has some great content re The Elegant Lady, and you can access their web-pages on the subject by clicking here.
Another variety of bulbs which were planted in my garden this past Friday are for the tulip type known as the Pinocchio Tulip. The image directly below is of the Pinocchio bulb's packaging which was also given to me by Juan V.
The next two sets of images feature this variety's bulbs as they appeared in the containers we placed them in as well how they appeared once covered in soil and mulch.
As with the Elegant Lady tulip variety, there are many knowledgeable resources for the Pinocchio Tulip, Gardenia is one of them, you can access their web-pages on the subject by clicking here.
Yet another variety that we planted is one known as the Hot Springs Water Lily.
For info on the this particular tulip type, please click here. Meanwhile let me tell you that we also we planted Je t'aime Tulips, Monte Orange Tulips, and a 2017-2018 Blumex tulip variety.
The only tulip type of all the ones which I've referenced in this post that I'm familiar with is the Blumex variety, therefore, it'll be interesting to see everything coming up tulips.
As you may know, dear reader, Cam my visiting cardinal who authored the book, Words In Our Beak Volume One (with a little help from me), loves tulips. This is evident in the picture of her directly below, where she can be seen admiring the Firethorn Tulip variety growing in my rooftop garden.
There are quite a number of photographs of tulips (taken by yours truly) featured in all the versions of Words In Our Beak Volume One.
Please click here to go to my blog post that provides details as to where you can get these books.