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  Flowering Bulbs as Perennials - Tulipa hybrids
HYBRIDS - Cultivars provide a wide range of flower types and colors and plant heights.
Tulipa hybrids and cultivars flower in mid to late spring (April/May) for 2 weeks (per cultivar) and plants range from 6-24 inches tall.
Natural reproductive systems and growth and development requirements: Tulipa hybrids reproduce by annual bulb replacement and requires a warm (60 to 70F) - cool (28 to 32F) - warm (50 to 60) annual thermoperiodic cycle.
www.ces.ncsu.edu /depts/hort/consumer/factsheets/bulbs-spring/Tulipsp.htm   (340 words)

  
  PBSWiki - Tulipa
Tulipa is a genus in the Liliaceae family from Europe, western Asia to central Asia and North Africa.
Dwarf Tulipa was the topic of the week for the PBS list in February 2004.
Information and pictures of a specifc species or hybrid cultivar can be found by looking on the wiki Tulipa pages or by clicking on the specific link in the table below.
www.pacificbulbsociety.org /pbswiki/index.php/Tulipa   (152 words)

  
 Buy Tulipa tarda   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tulipa tarda has flowers that are very bright yellow, white at the tips of the petals and back along the sides for some distance.
Tulipa biflora is a miniature tulip bearing 2 or 3 yellow-centred white flowers on each flowering stem.
Tulipa x saxatilis (Bakeri Group) 'Lilac Wonder' is a delightful sight in April, with a flower that has its outer segments rose-purple and its inner ones lighter mauve.
www.kevockgarden.co.uk /plantlist/tulipa_tarda.htm   (320 words)

  
 Tulipa Modřanská rokle - V přírodě hned, v centru za chvíli
Tulipa Modřanská rokle - V přírodě hned, v centru za chvíli
Moderní rezidenční komplex Tulipa Modřanská rokle se nachází v nejatraktivnější části Modřan, v těsném sousedství třetího největšího přírodního parku v Praze.
Byty projektu Tulipa Modřanská rokle prodává realitní společnost Lexxus.
www.tulipamodrany.cz   (71 words)

  
 PLANTS Profile for Tulipa sylvestris (wild tulip) | USDA PLANTS
Tulipa sylvestris L. View 107 genera in Liliaceae, 10 species in Tulipa
Tulipa sylvestris L. This plant is introduced to the United States from another country or countries.
Tulipa sylvestris L. View species account and distribution map from Flora of North America (FNA).
plants.usda.gov /java/profile?symbol=TUSY   (172 words)

  
 PLANTS Profile for Tulipa gesneriana (Didier's tulip) | USDA PLANTS
Tulipa gesneriana L. View 107 genera in Liliaceae, 10 species in Tulipa
Tulipa gesneriana L. Click on a scientific name below to expand it in the PLANTS Classification Report.
Tulipa gesneriana L. This plant is introduced to the United States from another country or countries.
plants.usda.gov /java/profile?symbol=TUGE   (131 words)

  
 HotBot Web Search for tulipa
TULIPA plant identification description, photos, and information on potting, growing, propagation, varieties, and region of origin...
Lalades (Tulips of Chios: Tulipa praecox, Tulipa aegenensis, Tulipa clusiana, and Tulipa undulatifolia)...
Tulipa translates from Persian as "turban", and refers to the inverted flowers of some species, which resemble a turban.
www.hotbot.com /index.php?query=tulipa   (205 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Tulipa   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Kosta Boda Tulipa Vase, Blue Thin Medium by Kosta Boda (Jul 25, 2004)
The genus Tulipa, by Daniel Hall (Unknown Binding - 1940)
Kosta Boda Tulipa Bowl 8-5/8-Inch by Kosta Boda (Jul 25, 2004)
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=Tulipa&tag=soulsearch04&index=blended&link_code=qs&page=1   (222 words)

  
 [pbs] Dwarf Tulipa - catching up
> >Tulipa undulatifolia >http://home.no.net/alpenpix/board/board.php?action=readandid_board=040220161840 >Tulipa neustreuvae >http://home.no.net/alpenpix/board/board.php?action=readandid_board=040223004210 > >The first species is available from Hoog and Dix wholesale, but maybe we >could convince Paige Woodward or Russell Stafford to import this beauty through >their nursery channels if there were enough interested buyers of a few bulbs >each.
Tulipa >>saxatilis puts up foliage in the fall; the foliage is >>severely damaged in a typical winter.
If I had to draw a >conclusion from the experience of others, it would be that Tulipa species are >quite satisfactory in colder climates, and to a slightly lesser extent in >warmer climates, but in all cases, they seem desirable and rewarding to those who >grow them.
lists.ibiblio.org /pipermail/pbs/2004-February/017152.html   (1374 words)

  
 Tulipa Stock Photos / Pictures / Photography / Royalty Free Images at Inmagine
Tulips (Tulipa sp.), close-up (focus on tulip in centre)
Red tulips (Tulipa sp.) against white background, close-up
Orange tulip (tulipa sp.) against white background, close-up
www.inmagine.com /searchterms/tulipa.html   (97 words)

  
 Botany Photo of the Day: Tulipa linifolia
Another species tulip, Tulipa linifolia is native to Afghanistan and Uzbekistan.
On Thursday last week, David Tarrant and I were talking about how interesting it would be to travel to the Caucasus and Pamir Mountains to see the flora.
Posted by: Beverley at July 2, 2006 08:07 AM I took a lesser picture, but with better color, at least of the plants I have, here.
www.ubcbotanicalgarden.org /potd/2006/07/tulipa_linifolia.php   (352 words)

  
 Zanthan Gardens | Tulipa clusiana
However, species tulips are suited to Austin's heat and alkaline soils.
It is said that the higher it climbs in the mountains, the yellower it becomes, and the dwarfer in stature." --p 327
Tulipa clusiana (the short one), possibly Tulipa clusiana var.
www.zanthan.com /gardens/plants/clusiana.html   (521 words)

  
 Digimorph - Tulipa sp. (tulip)
Three-dimensional cutaway reconstruction of the flower of Tulipa sp..
Although high-resolution X-ray CT detects little contrast beyond that between void spaces and tissue, it provides an exact 3D image of the gross morphology of the flower.
DigiMorph Staff, 2002, "Tulipa sp." (On-line), Digital Morphology.
www.digimorph.org /specimens/Tulipa_sp   (197 words)

  
 Tulipa batalinii
This species tulip will establish itself in the garden and perform well over a longer period of years than most hybrid tulips.
Native to Uzbekistan, Tulipa linifolia is a species tulip (Division 15) that produces single, soft yellow flowers on 6-10” stems in April.
Gray mold, stem rot and basal rot are occasional problems.
www.mobot.org /gardeninghelp/plantfinder/Plant.asp?code=R230   (127 words)

  
 Flora of North Cyprus - Tulipa Cypria
This tulip, photographed here against the sun appears to be bright scarlet, but in normal reflected light resembles its common name -Black Tulip.
(Note that the scarlet flower with yellow inside is considered by botanists to be a distinct species, Tulipa agenensis).
The cup or the solitary head, has 6 oval petals with pointed tips, the fl basal blotch on each petal being only slightly bordered by yellow; stamens thick and sturdy, with bright yellow polen borne on dark red oblong anthers; stigmas creamy, conspicuous on top of the ovary.
www.cypnet.co.uk /ncyprus/green/flora/cicek6.htm   (154 words)

  
 Elizabeth Stromme's Silver Lake Press columns: Tulipa saxatilis
To think I had the occasion, back in '71, to hike up the slopes of Mt. Ida in Crete and possibly witness a stand of Tulipa saxatilis in its native habitat.
But in those days all I knew -- or cared -- about plants was that the ouzo that gave me the kick for dancing was laced with the taste of anise.
With a little pressure of the thumb and forefinger applied to the foliage, the tulipa makes an ingenious earwig death trap.
www.undergroundgardener.com /silverlake_Tulipasaxatilis.htm   (891 words)

  
 Wild Tulip Australis Flora - - by Provence Beyond
This Tulipa australis is a shorter variant of the Wild Tulip (Tulipa sylvestris).
It is thought that the more common Tulipa sylvestris actually derived from this species.
Wild tulips vary considerably with the weather: flowers are bullet shaped in cool and windy weather, and open out, and even curl back, in hot weather.
www.beyond.fr /flora/tulipaaus.html   (115 words)

  
 im_tulipa_gal1
This gallery depicts a selection of dwarf Tulipa species and cultivars.
a selection of Tulipa bulbs, all of which can be ordered on-line.
Odyssey Bulbs is a good source for a large number of bulbous plants.
www.plantbuzz.com /RockGard/Bulbs/Tulipa/im_Tulipa_gal1.htm   (231 words)

  
 Tulipa tarda   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The above plants are still quite young - were planted in fall of one year, and these photos were taken the next spring.
Another prostrate Tulip that I want for my garden is Tulipa humilis, some of whose cultivars are attractive shades of crimson and burgundy.
Use of any photographic image from this website is prohibited without our prior consent.
www.em.ca /garden/per_tulipa_tarda.html   (92 words)

  
 Bulbmeister.COM - 2006 Special Order Fall Flower Bulbs - Tulipa
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TULIPA (historic) Duc van Tol 'Red & Yellow'
www.bulbmeister.com /flowershop/fso2006/page18.html   (455 words)

  
 Tulips & Their Companions
Tulipa: crimson (a cool red on the blue side of the spectrum)
Tulipa 'Estella Rijnveld': creamy striped and brushed with crimson
Tulipa 'General de Wet': a citrus-scented, soft orange etched with red
members.tripod.com /baygardens/bulbs3.html   (1108 words)

  
 YouTube - Tulipa & os Margaridas no Festival DSE
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Tulipa & os Margaridas - Operação: Anchieta Imigrantes
Apenas só mais um - Fariseus (ao vivo no tulipa)
youtube.com /?v=Dp89Xykb70s   (157 words)

  
 Tulipa
431x644 (~57Kb) Tulipa patens Agardh ex Schultes ex Schultes fil., ranges in steppes from South Russia to Altai.
It was found in "steppe islands" on steep southern rocky slopes of the Berd' River bank draining a woody elevation of Salairskii Kryazh, being a NW extreme of the Altai-Sayan Mountain System.
Keep in mind that the taxononic information is copied from various sources, and may include many inaccuracies.
www.funet.fi /pub/sci/bio/life/plants/magnoliophyta/magnoliophytina/liliopsida/liliaceae/tulipa   (248 words)

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