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our lemon range

lemons were once used to cure scurvy, a disease that caused bleeding gums. being rude about someone’s cooking may the the same effect. go suck!

our fig range

figs pre-date wheat as a farmed produce. in italy and spain, giving someone the fig is a sign you may have touched a raw nerve, so, take a leaf out of the fig’s long history and tell your culinary critics where to go.

our asparagus range

Asparagus was renowned as an aphrodisiac in times of olde. Low in sodium with no fat and good for your ticker, they sure beat the heck out of an oyster. This old wive’s tale may hold some truth, asparagus is full of B6 which is proven to boost your fun drive, but beware of getting on the cook’s tips.

asparagus

asparagus was renowned as an aphrodisiacs in times of olde. low in sodium with no fat and good for your ticker, they sure beat the heck out of an oyster. this old wive’s tale may hold some truth, asparagus is full of B6 which is proven to boost your fun drive, but beware of getting on the cook’s tips.

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raspberry

trifles or fools are desserts in olde english – the trivial tit-bit at the end of your meal, add a raspberry and it’s anything but. raspberries contain ellagic acid – a compund that prevents cancer and an impressive amount of fibre for its size. the raspberry is not to be taken for granted. it’s no fool.

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cos

cos lettuce is bitter to some, rabbit food to others but due to its depiction in egyptian tombs, we know that lettuce has been grown as a food stuff for over 6500 years. so, why should the cos give a toss what you think?

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lemon

lemons were once used to cure scurvy, a disease that caused bleeding gums. being rude about someone’s cooking may the the same effect. go suck!

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rhubarb

rhubarb’s blah, blah, blah connotation is derived from the word being chosen as a sound producing indistinct background noise, because it conatains no sharp or recognisable phonemes (an indivisible unit of sound). however, most of us love the fruit for its sharpness, so, blah bloody blah.

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artichoke

artichokes used to be reserved for men because of their “lifting” properties – way before the modern-day blue pill. in many cultures aphrodisiacs were banned for women. Well, mrs tulip says, kiss my artichoke!

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fig

figs pre-date wheat as a farmed produce. in italy and spain, giving someone the fig is a sign you may have touched a raw nerve, so, take a leaf out of the fig’s long history and tell your culinary critics where to go.

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farm animals

tulip tip ® wall plaques are designed to emulate old, weathered enamel signs. mrs tulip is fed up of being told she should be skinny and look thirty years her junior, so mutton is better than lamb, fat hens do make good soup, one should never buy a skinny pig and happy cows, with plenty of marbling do make great steak. fun, original, design-led everday items.

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why choose us

fun original colourful

Tired of everything white and bland? Here at tulip tip, we dream in colour, we don’t have a favourite – we love them all. Everything is made in England, honestly it really is! We bring fun into the everyday with our quality, original designs that allow nature to wear its colours with pride.

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