Tulips are beautiful, scented, and fashionable flowers.
Tulip flowers and leaves 3-5, strip-lanceolate to ovate-lanceolate, single terminal, large and showy, tepals red or mixed with white and yellow, sometimes white or yellow, long 5 -7 cm, 2-4 cm wide, 6 stamens of equal length, filaments glabrous, no style, stigma enlarged and cockscomb, flowering from April to May.
Tulips are planted between October and December. Need to prepare loose, breathable, fertile soil. The soil needs to be sterilized before planting. The bulbs should be healthy and disease-free tulip bulbs, and the bulbs should be disinfected and dried. After that, plant the tulip bulbs in the soil, pay attention to the bud points facing up, then cover with a thin layer of soil, and finally water them appropriately.
The maintenance of tulips needs to pay attention to the following aspects.
Tulip likes warmth, and its optimal growth temperature is between 15 and 20 °C. It has a certain tolerance, but is not resistant to high temperature. When the temperature is high and dry in summer, the growth of the plant will be affected at 28 °C.
During the tulip cultivation process, it is forbidden to over-irrigate, but the water demand is large within a week after the sperm is fixed, and it should be watered enough.
When tulip bulbs germinate, the elongation of flower buds will be inhibited by sunlight, so it must be planted deeply and moderately shaded to prevent direct sunlight from adversely affecting the growth of bulbs.
The flower language of tulips includes fraternity, thoughtfulness, elegance, wealth, ability, intelligence, love, charity, fame, beauty, blessing, eternity, confession of love, and eternal blessing. It also has the meaning of elegance, preciousness, wealth, love and friendship. It is believed that bright yellow contains the joy of spring and is the color of sunlight.