Types of tulips
Tulips are flowers that can satisfy the refined taste of even the most demanding flower growers, because you can simply get lost among ordinary goblet tulips, not to mention the variety of their colors. But there are still Parrot, Lily, Terry, Fringed tulips ... Today, more than two thousand varieties are known, and according to the international classification, tulips have been combined into 15 classes.
Types of tulips
- Early simple - goblet flowers of different colors, up to 30 cm high, are characterized by early flowering.
- Early double - small flowers, the main feature of which is terry and warm shades.
- Triumph tulips are a large, goblet flower on a sturdy peduncle, usually pink, red and yellow. There are also two-color ones.
- Darwin's hybrids - tulips, up to 80 cm high, large flowers, large leaves, frost-resistant and resistant to strong winds, retain their decorative effect for a long time after cutting.
- Late simple - flowers of various colors, bloom late, resistant to frost.
- Lily tulips are delicate and graceful flowers with pointed petals.
- Fringed tulips - the flowers are decorated with numerous outgrowths and sections at the ends of the petals - fringes.
- Green-flowered tulips - a distinctive feature - green stripes in the middle of the glass.
- Rembrandt tulips are tricolor tulips, very bright and variegated.
- Parrot tulips are the most unusual and exotic-looking flowers: the edges of the petals, deeply cut, are twisted so that they resemble bird feathers.
- Peony tulips - the very dense bloom of flowers makes them look like peonies.
- Kaufman tulips are the smallest tulips, with a star-shaped flower.
- Foster's tulips - similar to Kaufman's tulips, but slightly larger and larger in size.
- Greig's tulips are undersized tulips with a large flower, bright colors.
- Wild tulips are a modular class that combines many types of tulips.