This is one of those cases that makes me doubt whether some growers are fully paying attention when it comes to food. Either they are not, or they have simply never eaten fish in their life, because to call a Tulip like this Salmon? Really? I think they should maybe order it next time they have sushi or go to a restaurant, just to see the colour of what they receive. I’m never sure why there are no colleagues or friends telling them that they should maybe think of something different: In my opinion, it’s a complete miss to name this Tulip Salmon Lalibela. But however wrong the name, the Tulip is simply fantastic. A gorgeous Tulip that looks like the CEO of your entire garden, the fiery colours just give off that vibe. She has been selected purely based on her extraordinary health, so she will definitely do well in your garden. She brings a dramatic flair and lots of colour wherever you place her. This is a true Darwin hybrid Tulip: large, strong, healthy, colourful. I won’t say that she will come back for years after you’ve planted her, as Tulips are just not like that no matter what others tell you in a sales pitch or how much we want them to, but it is possible to get this variety to come back multiple years if circumstances are ideal and you take optimal care of her. When you plant Salmon Lalibela, you potentially have a Tulip that you will see again in two- or even three years.