This parrot Tulpia is called Pink Vision. Despite the name, the parrot tulip is no floral copycat. With its feathery petals and dazzling colors, the parrot tulip speaks a language all its own, boldly proclaiming its individuality from the standard tulip. In fact, parrot tulips are often mistaken for peonies because of their large cup-shaped blooms and ruffled edges. Most varieties are bi-colored, and some also have a delicate fragrance. Info from, Garden Design Magazine Did you know to can grow tulips in glass jars or vases in your home all year round? Instructions from: Tulips in Holland.com web site.