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Why are the tulip flowers called tulips?
tulips are called tulips from the word tulipa gesneriana
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what is the purpose of each of a tulip flower As with any flower it is to attract pollinators to fertilise the ovary.
A tulip is a flower.
A tulip is a flower. Sometimes can mean different things aswell.
A complete flower has all four parts: sepal, petals, stamen (male) and pistil (female). A perfect flower just has the male and female parts. The tulip is a c…omplete flower. Sepals (3 - aka calyx) protect the bud. Petals (in groups of 3) are a variety of colors. Stamen (usually 6) are topped with the pollen. One pistil is in the center, at the base of which are the egg-containing ovaries.
Tulip is actually from Iran as described in the Related Link below. In Persian culture tulip represents bravery of those people who have died for their country (Ir…an) and for thanking those , so called "Martyrs" there is a tulip sign in middle of White stripe of The Iranian flag. Tulips grow so much in Iran and we have plenty of them everywhere.
Quite possibly they are planted too deep or need to be divided.
as long as they are alive they will still blossom
Because we have many tulips
Once the petals of a tulip are no longer attractive, it's a good idea to break the stem off, so that the plant's efforts can concentrate on replenishing the bulb. Over time, …the leaves will begin to yellow, at which time they can be cut back. If you cut back the leaves too soon, you remove the bulb's source of energy and nutrients, so the bulb's development for the next blooming season can be compromised. You can leave tulip bulbs in the ground over the winter, which cools them.
Because other people thought that it only grew in the netherlands but the tulip is originally from Turkey so that is a mistake.
Kannada is a language spoken in India, especially in the state ofKarnataka. Believe it or not, the English "tulip" is pronounced"tulip" in Kannada. The tulip plant was introd…uced to Europe from Turkey. The word,tulip originated in Persia from a word meaning "turban" becausesomeone thought the flower looked like a turban.