flower ( Tulipa gesneriana )
Garden Tulip is the term for a number of hybrids within the genus Tulipa . This beautiful flower was unknown in Western Europe until it was introduced in the 16th century. Whole Tulip plant is poisonous. The garden tulips we know best is Darwin hybrids . They can grow up to 70 cm high. They are simple and often yellow or red. The tulips are easy to grow, but you should buy prime onions, choosing the right location for them and plant them properly. You can treat them as a one-year plant or if you treat them properly, they can flourish in several years. It also does not matter what other flowers you plant with tulips. Some flowers can smother the tulips, while others provide space for them. In the famous gardener Christopher Lloyd’s garden at Great Dixter in Sussex, England, put tulips with lupins. Budding lupinløv forms a backdrop for the tulips, and when tulip flowers have faded follows lupins.
A tulip flower can be between 10-70 cm high. On the single stem is only a few entire margins and elliptical leaves, which sits at the ground. At the end of the stem sits one or a few, sekstallige flowers, they are unfolded between May to June. You may find tulip flowers in Gavnø Castle Park .
Durability and tips
Like so many other plants, there are also special tips for tulips. At room temperature keeps the tulips in 5-9 days. But you can extend tulip sustainability if they are cold, so they can easily last for three weeks. They should not be exposed to sudden temperature fluctuations. Vase and water must be kept clean. Ask Ken suction pad shall be kept fresh, cut possibly a bit in the suction surface. Tulips should not be in direct sunlight. Remember to tulips and daffodils must not stand in the same vase. The juice from fresh daffodils are toxic to tulips. Tulips can stand to be planted in pots or other containers. At the same time you can create a unique combination of colors when you carefully select each flower.