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Tulip

Common names: tulip

Description: Single flowers have six petals. Flower variations include lily-flowering types, double flowers, fringed petals and ruffly parrot varieties. Colors include white, yellow, pink, peach, orange, red, lavender, purple and bi-colors. Vase life is up to seven days.

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+7 #16 Guest 2012-10-20 00:53
Loved it! Tulips are one of the most popular flowers in the world. They are easily recognized and loved by all people for their simplicity, beauty and elegance.
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+68 #15 Honeste 2011-05-17 18:34
i have also read evermore and blue moon and shadowland and dark flame now i am going to get night star and cant wait til JUNE 7TH cause EVERLASTING comes out but i will be sad to see it end but i will read more of her books though like the one about RILEY ever's sister anyways since i read her books my favorite flower is RED TULIPS seriously i love them and DAMEN
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+53 #14 mindy sutton 2011-05-16 09:38
I heard that tulips mean undying love!i love tulips
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+52 #13 Jessica 2011-05-16 04:26
OMG!!! Even I read the Immortals series by Alyson Noel and it is amazing!!! Can't wait for the last part to come out!!!!!I wanted to know if Damen was right, and if the meaning of red tulips is same as written in the book....
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+49 #12 Eylexcia 2011-04-21 00:10
Tulips have always been my fav flower but after reading the immortal series(best books ever1) i love them more. they are soo amazing and pretty.
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+51 #11 Marian 2011-03-26 22:10
i'm reading the immortal series and i really wanted to know if tulips were really flowers that showed your declaration of love for a person. she looked up flowere meanings so i also tried. i can see i was'nt the only one with that idea. great minds think alike.
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+40 #10 Hailey Ann 2011-03-17 21:42
Omg the immortal series is so amazing right now I'm reading night star. The only reason I looked up flower meanings is because I loved the romance in it
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+46 #9 poppy 2011-03-05 17:24
OMG have read all the evermore books including the new one night star! I LOVE them! Alison Noel is the best writer ever! I now have a strange love of tulips. Red ones in particular!
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+48 #8 Dawn 2011-02-21 20:38
Omigawd!! I read that Evermore as well , ahha , I also read Blue Moon , and I'm reading Shadowland , all amaizing books ! Can't wait to read the fourth one !! The reason I was searching flower meanings is because of that book , red tulips are also my favorite flower as well , I mean who wouldn't love a flower that means Undying Love !? :']
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+53 #7 Nicole 2011-02-13 01:41
after reading the book evermore (which is now my fav book it is AWESOME!!)
i looked up the meaning of red tulips.
theyre now my fav flower just cuz that book :)
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