Artificial White Parrot Tulip 27”

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White Parrot Tulip 27”

A graceful real touch beauty that is the embodiment of spring and easter, and provides movement to any arrangement.

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This is Not a Real Flower
Height: 27 Inches
Stem only Height: 10 Inches
Max Bloom Diameter: 4 Inches
Bloom Height: 4 Inches
Weight: 0.11 lbs
Composition: 20% Polyester, 10% Plastic, 40% EVA, 20% PVC, 10% Wire.
Real Touch Flower

As famous as the rose is, so too is the tulip. Pristine white and full bodied to make this the perfect flower to reign supremely or mixed in with all spring blooms in the range. 

Did you know that the tulip (latin name – Tulipa) is originally from the mountains of Kazakhstan?  During the 16th century when Sultan Suleyman the first ruled over the Ottoman Empire, Constantinople now known as Istanbul.  Not only was the city the most important place on earth for trade and commerce, it was also world renowned for its magnificent gardens.  

Due to its beauty, the tulip became a symbol of power and wealth and to express this, Ottoman sultans wore a tulip on their turban. Because the tulip also seemed very much like the original turban, the name tulip derived from the Persian word 'tulipan' translate to mean turban.

Sultan Suleyman was known to gift tulips to important guests, such as Ogier Ghiselin de Busbecq, the Viennese ambassador to the Ottoman Empire. In Austria de Busbecq gave his friend Carolus Clusius some tulips. Clusius managed the gardens of the Emperor of Austria. In 1593 Clusius became a professor at Leiden University and head of the Hortus Botanicus Leiden. The very first tulips were planted into the botanical garden in the Netherlands in 1593. The tulips were very scarce and therefore very expensive. Clusius didn’t want to sell or share his knowledge and just continue with his hobby. Unfortunately, some of his beautiful collection was subsequently stolen.


In the 17th century (1634-1637) the tulip craze (also known as tulip mania) burst. There was a lot of demand for tulips and they became more and more expensive. It is generally considered the first recorded speculative bubble. A single tulip bulb at one point had the value of an Amsterdam canal house. Like most things, this could not continue and in 1637 the tulip craze burst. Some people became very rich but many speculators were left destitute.


The first tulips had flamed flowers, as painted by Rembrandt van Rijn and many other famous Dutch painters of the 17th century. These flames were the result of a viral infection. Flamed tulips today, as Helmar and Rem's Favourite, are healthy tulips whose flame is genetic.

White tulips are a great way to say, ‘I am sorry’ or ‘please accept my condolences’. They also represent purity, honour, and holiness, making them the perfect gift for someone celebrating a religious milestone, like a communion, baptism, or bar mitzvah. Superstition also has it that those who dream about white tulips are about to experience a fresh start or new beginning in life.


In the language of flowers, they are symbolic of purity, honour, holiness and great respect.

  • The long stem is designed to be folded whichever way you need it to go, and back again. It can easily be folded up on itself (and back) to more easily fit into your container, or trimmed entirely with a pair of wire cutters
  • Not designed for outdoor use
  • For details on how your products arrive - See here.
  • For cleaning and care - see here.

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Specifications
This is Not a Real Flower
Height: 27 Inches
Stem only Height: 10 Inches
Max Bloom Diameter: 4 Inches
Bloom Height: 4 Inches
Weight: 0.11 lbs
Composition: 20% Polyester, 10% Plastic, 40% EVA, 20% PVC, 10% Wire.
Real Touch Flower
More about this Stem

As famous as the rose is, so too is the tulip. Pristine white and full bodied to make this the perfect flower to reign supremely or mixed in with all spring blooms in the range. 

Did you know that the tulip (latin name – Tulipa) is originally from the mountains of Kazakhstan?  During the 16th century when Sultan Suleyman the first ruled over the Ottoman Empire, Constantinople now known as Istanbul.  Not only was the city the most important place on earth for trade and commerce, it was also world renowned for its magnificent gardens.  

Due to its beauty, the tulip became a symbol of power and wealth and to express this, Ottoman sultans wore a tulip on their turban. Because the tulip also seemed very much like the original turban, the name tulip derived from the Persian word 'tulipan' translate to mean turban.

Sultan Suleyman was known to gift tulips to important guests, such as Ogier Ghiselin de Busbecq, the Viennese ambassador to the Ottoman Empire. In Austria de Busbecq gave his friend Carolus Clusius some tulips. Clusius managed the gardens of the Emperor of Austria. In 1593 Clusius became a professor at Leiden University and head of the Hortus Botanicus Leiden. The very first tulips were planted into the botanical garden in the Netherlands in 1593. The tulips were very scarce and therefore very expensive. Clusius didn’t want to sell or share his knowledge and just continue with his hobby. Unfortunately, some of his beautiful collection was subsequently stolen.


In the 17th century (1634-1637) the tulip craze (also known as tulip mania) burst. There was a lot of demand for tulips and they became more and more expensive. It is generally considered the first recorded speculative bubble. A single tulip bulb at one point had the value of an Amsterdam canal house. Like most things, this could not continue and in 1637 the tulip craze burst. Some people became very rich but many speculators were left destitute.


The first tulips had flamed flowers, as painted by Rembrandt van Rijn and many other famous Dutch painters of the 17th century. These flames were the result of a viral infection. Flamed tulips today, as Helmar and Rem's Favourite, are healthy tulips whose flame is genetic.

White tulips are a great way to say, ‘I am sorry’ or ‘please accept my condolences’. They also represent purity, honour, and holiness, making them the perfect gift for someone celebrating a religious milestone, like a communion, baptism, or bar mitzvah. Superstition also has it that those who dream about white tulips are about to experience a fresh start or new beginning in life.


In the language of flowers, they are symbolic of purity, honour, holiness and great respect.

Use & Care
  • The long stem is designed to be folded whichever way you need it to go, and back again. It can easily be folded up on itself (and back) to more easily fit into your container, or trimmed entirely with a pair of wire cutters
  • Not designed for outdoor use
  • For details on how your products arrive - See here.
  • For cleaning and care - see here.
Shipping & Return Policy
  • For details of our shipping services by location, see here.
  • For our returns policy, please see here.
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