Tulipa orphanidea 'Whittallii Group' - II - Stock Image

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Tulipa orphanidea 'Whittallii Group'.

The tulip is among the world’s most popular flowers. Native to Turkey, these bulbs have been cultivated for thousands of years. The flowers reached their height of popularity in Holland in the 1630s, when enthusiasm for new varieties triggered a speculative frenzy known as tulipomania. Although they aren’t considered a form of currency today, they remain irresistible to many gardeners. These favorite plants also make excellent cut flowers and are often forced to bloom indoors in the winter.

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