Spring Sequence in Yellow and OrangeIn spring and early summer, the colors yellow, orange and deep red set the tone in one area of landscape designer Jacqueline van der Kloet's garden in Weesp, NL. First, yellow crocus and early daffodils bloom. Then come early, mid and late season tulips, among them: Tulipa praestans 'Shogun', T. 'Yellow Purissima', T. 'Orange Emperor', T. 'Jewel of Spring', T. 'Flashback' and T. 'Ballerina'. Throughout spring and early summer the foliage and flowers of various companion plants add changing heights, colors, structures and textures. Companions include: Primula elatior, Milium effusum 'Aureum', Erysimum (wallflower) and Euphorbia characias wulffenii. Perennial geraniums contribute foliage first and flowers later.