Greigi Tulip in Kazakhstan.
Tulip tour Greigi Tulips.
Greig's tulip (Tulipa greigii) is a type of tulip (Tulipa) in the family of lilies (Liliaceae).
Characteristic Greig's Tulip.
Greig's Tulip is a perennial bulbous plant that reaches a height of 10 to 45 centimeters. Its base is yellow with a black spot, which ranges from 1/5 to 1/4 of the length of the bracts. The external bracts are curved outward and narrowed for a short time, the internal bracts are beveled, shorter, rounded and have a fluffy hairy tip.
Flowering occurs in April, in some cases begins in March and lasts until May.
Growing Tulip Greig.
Greig tulip is found in the Western Tien Shan in the Kyrgyz Alatau, in the Kurama mountains and in the Tskhatkal valley in semi-desert shrubs at heights from 500 to 1100 m.
Using Greig's Tulip.
Greig's tulip is used as a decorative plant in rock gardens and borders. Culture exists no later than 1872. There are many hybrids that can be recognized by their purple-spotted leaves.