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Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower
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Tulip - The Dream of a Perfect Flower

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Tulip was cultivated in fields as early as 1000 AD in Turkey. Flowers occur naturally from Southern Europe and North Africa, across Anatolia, Iran to the northwest of China. The flower was first …

Tulip was cultivated in fields as early as 1000 AD in Turkey. Flowers occur naturally from Southern Europe and North Africa, across Anatolia, Iran to the northwest of China. The flower was first introduced into Europe by an Austrian Professor who taught in Holland.

With its saturated and vivid colours, it was in Holland where the love affair with the flower began. As new varieties were created, people began to speculate the bulbs. Price of bulbs went on higher until a bulb cost as much as a house. Eventually the bubble busted in 1637, as the prices tumbling down. However, the love affair continued, as can be seen on Dutch still life paintings.

The majority of the photos were taken in the Mirabellgarten of Salzburg where Maria were filmed with her children in the movie, “The Sound of Music”.
The tulip is perennial, bulbous plant in the genus Tulipa, with the family of Liliaceae (Lily). Its native range extends from as far west as Southern Europe, Anatolia, Israel, Palestine, North Africa and Iran to the Northwest of China. It consists of a number of Tulip species and many hybrid cultivars. Most cultivars of tulip are derived from Tulipa gesnerana.

Tulip was first cultivated in Turkey as early as 1000 AD. It was introduced into the Netherlands in the 17th century. With its vivid saturated colours, it is a perfect flower for the pot. The flower is the symbol for the perfect love. In 1850, the book “The Black Tulip” was published. It was written by Alexandre Dumas the author of the The Marketteers. It was a novel about the creation of a perfect black tulip.



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  • Tulips have long historyof cultivatiom.They are also grown in Kashimir and are expensive ornamentals.There are hundreds of vqrieties and some of them are extremely beautiful due to infections by viruses
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  • The tulip is perennial, bulbous plant in the genus Tulipa, with the family of Liliaceae (Lily). Its native range extends from as far west as Southern Europe, Anatolia, Israel, Palestine, North Africa and Iran to the Northwest of China. It consists of a number of Tulip species and many hybrid cultivars. Most cultivars of tulip are derived from Tulipa gesnerana. Tulip was first cultivated in Turkey as early as 1000 AD. It was introduced into the Netherlands in the 17 th century. With its vivid saturated colours, it is a perfect flower for the pot. The flower is the symbol for the perfect love. In 1850, the book “The Black Tulip” was published. It was written by Alexandre Dumas the author of the The Marketteers. It was a novel about the creation of a perfect black tulip.
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    • 1. TulipAll rights reserved. Rights belong to their respective owners. Availablefree for non-commercial and personal use.The dream of a perfect flowerFirst created 23 May 2013. Version 1.0 - 29 May 2013. Jerry Tse. London.
    • 2. PopularityTulips are one of the most popular flowers together with others.Roses.Chrysanthemum.Carnations.Lily.
    • 3. Tulips became popular in the Ottoman Empire (Turkey) in the 16C and were imported into Europe through Holland.History
    • 4. TulipManiaBy the early 17C, tulip became very popular. New varieties were developed and bulbs were bought and sold by speculators.At it height a bulb could worth as much as a house. Eventual the bubble went burst but the love affair with tulip continued.The painting above shows some of the earlier varieties.
    • 5. Today, Holland is still known for its tulips and cultivated as corps.Tulip Cultivation
    • 6. Lily family - LiliaceaeA few members of the Lily family.
    • 7. Bulb & leafThe Lily family have linear leaves.Tulips are grown from bulbs.
    • 8. A typical tulip
    • 9. Types of tulipsHow many different types of tulips depends on who defines them and often changes withtime.
    • 10. Varieties
    • 11. Type : Lily flowered.
    • 12. Variety : Marilyn.
    • 13. Variety : Ballerina
    • 14. Type : Rambrandt
    • 15. All rights reserved. Rights belong to their respectiveowners. Available free for non-commercial and personalThe EndMusic – Secret Garden – Papillon.Royal Horticultural Society tulip types.

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