The Tulip plant loves sunlight and the best grow in fertile soil. There are different varieties of tulip. The flowers of this plant look beautiful in the garden and enhance the beauty of the garden. Tulip does not grow in full shade. It is also called the queen of the night.
Scientific name: Tulipa
Common names: Tulip, Lily
|Family||Liliaceae – Lily family|
|Species||Gesneriana, Darwin, Queen of the Night|
Flowering data of tulip plant
|Flower shape||Bell shape|
|Flower color||Red, pink, yellow, or white, Green. Purple, Orange|
|Maximum Leaf Size||3 to 8 inches|
|The Leaf shape||Unique shape|
|Sun||Full sun, partial sun|
|Recommended Soil pH||6.0 to 6.5|
|Soil drainage levels||Well-drained|
|The requirement of Soil moisture||Moist|
|Suitable soil type||Sandy|
|Origin/Native||Southern Europe to Central Asia|
How to care for the Tulip plant?
It needs full sun or partial shade to grow.
This plant needs little water and keeps the soil moist. The indoor plant should be watered almost twice a week.
The soil should be well-drained and fertile. The soil pH should be acidic, neutral. Tulip plant prefers sandy or dry soil.
Fertilize the plant at least once a year. The best time to fertilize the plant is in fall. Do not fertilize the plant in spring.
The ideal temperature to grow the tulip is 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
Use a pot for plants which should be at least 8.5 inches.
Tulip plant growth:
The length of the tulip plant is 30 to 40 cm and the width of this plant is up to 6 cm.
Cut yellow and dead leaves.
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