Flower Database


Basic information
Flower Name
Formal Name
Tulipa l.
cold resistance bulbous plant
Tulip , scientific name:Tulipa L., is a hardy bulbous plant of the Liliaceae family native to Turkey. It lets one top of the head cup-formed pretty flower of a soft flower stalk bloom in spring. What is cultivated mainly in Japan the gardening kind of the tulip "T. Gesneriana) ". Accounted for almost 10 percent of Toyama and Niigata prefectures in Japan. Shipments of garden variety of the Netherlands accounted for 6 percent of the world, the Netherlands Royal bulb growers ' Association (KAVB) classification and registration is helpful in Japan. According to the KAVB Tulip varieties are divided into 15 species. in the most recent search of the Web page (https://www.kavb.nl/zoekresultaten), varieties of tulips is 6393 species (4/16/2017 present). To flowers, single double-petaled, Lily bloom, bloom, button bloom, fringed (the frill-shaped petals which became one), have branches to bloom. Especially the Red Tulip is Afghanistan's national flower. Tulip species and horticultural varieties and improved breeds of them. In addition, native of the Tulip is separately will introduce. Please refer to the right for the tulip picture book which collected the tulip variety. Tulip picture book
● Tulip symbols (S: Single, D: Double, E: Early, L: Late)
D: Single early bloom, DE: Double Early Yae early bloom, T: Triumph Triumph (slope of single premature and late bloom), DH: Darwin Hybrids Darwin Hybrid (single gradient and original gradient variety), SL: Single Late Single late bloom , L: Lily-flowered lily bloom, FR: Fringed fringe bloom, V: Viridiflora viride flora (green in the center of petals), R: Rembrandt Rembrandt (with mosaic squeeze), P: Parrot blooming (with deep or twisted in the petals), DL: Double Late double late bloom, K: Kaufmanniana , F: Fosteriana , G: Greigii Gracie, other wild species: Other species.
Common name: Tulip, Scientific name:Tulipa L., National Flower: Afghanistan,Iraq,Iran,kazakhstan,Origin: Turkey (cultivated), Habitat: Western Europe, Asia minor, Central Asia, North Africa, environment: steppes, plant: 15-55 cm, life-forms, a hardy bulbous plants (perennials), bulb diameter: 2 cm, bulb shape: ovate, leaves two or 3, stalks and leaves: one or two leaf shape: broad lanceolate, Phyllotaxis: palmately lobed, margin entire, leaf blade length: 10-30 cm, leaf width: 1-6 cm, bisexual flowers and flower stem length: 30-50 cm, inflorescence: single terminal inflorescences, Corolla: Cup-shaped, petal-shaped: obovate, flower: red, yellow, white, peach, violet, dark purple, Orange, green, black, double color, petal: 6, petal length: 5-8 cm, stamens length: 2 cm, flower, three-lobed, flowering: April (planted the alley. 11 month's forcing) from June, flower diameter: 5-10 cm.
Detailed information
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Solitary Inflorescence
Petal shape
Leaf type
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Garden Botanic garden park cultivated variety Pot flower street, planting
Red, Pink, Blue, Green, Violet, Orange, Yellow, Cream, Black, White
Apr May Jun
10  ~ 60  [cm]
5  ~ 10