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Tulip



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Tulip (Latin: Tulipa) is the genus name for 100 species of flowering plants belonging to the Liliaceae family. Tulips are from Central Asia, grow wild in the Pamir mountains and the Hindu Kush mountains and steppes in Kazakhstan. The Netherlands is famous as the land of tulips. Tulip is also a national flower of Iran and Turkey.

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Tulip is an annual tuber whose height is between 10-70 cm, its leaves are waxy, narrowly elongated in green shades of bluish tones, and its large flowers are composed of 6 pieces of crown leaf. Tulips of crosses produce single, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, or various combinations and colour gradations. Tulips produce flat rounded seeds wrapped in dry capsules.

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Like roses, lilies, orchids and peonies, tulips are the most cultivated flower plants of humans.




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