Yellow in Bloom Plate
Layers of yellow-tipped tulip petals create a Yellow in Bloom Plate that brings the beauty of nature to the dinner table. 8 1/4" dia. Porcelain. Dishwasher safe.
Colonial Williamsburg's large, formal gardens are justifiably famous for their tulip displays. The large garden lying west of the Governor's Palace ballroom and above the canal is the parterre garden, composed of four grand panels of asymmetrical design. Within this pattern are planted 2400 "Rembrandt Mix" tulips, the multicolored and mottled tulips that were the rage of Holland. The bright red tulip variety "Kingsblood" dominates the central panel of the beds.