They are quite something, those ‘viridiflora’ Tulips. Beside the presence of chloroplast in her flowers, which make her bloom for a very long period of time, she is also very elegant. Her colours are more subtle than those of ‘normal’ Tulips, and because of this she seems to fit in in every garden. If you ask me, the most attractive part of Orange Marmelade is her colour. When she starts blooming, the warm orange teint has the upper hand, but soon she shows a range of colours that really catch your attention. You have to take your time to take it all in: mustard, oker, vanilla, beige, pink and fresh green are all on display within this fantastic Tulip. The name Orange Marmelade suits her well.