Albert tulips in Almaty region, Kazakhstan.
Excursion for Albert tulips in Kazakhstan.
The tulip was named after Albert Regel, who was the son of the famous E. L. Regel. Albert Regel was a botanist and worked for the Botanical Institute in St. Petersburg, on the instructions of which he collected plants and was at that time Kazakhstan.
Albert Tulip Description.
The flower is very beautiful, the stem is very strong and squat. The flower itself is not tall, about 10 - 15 cm in height. Wavy leaves are also very beautiful. Alberta Tulip comes in a variety of colors, from bright yellow to red-yellow and bright red or raspberry. The flower propagates by seed, very rarely vegetative. Inside the flower is completely black.
When and where does Albert Tulip bloom.
Alberta's tulip blooms around early April to mid-May. It grows in the foothills and low mountains of Kazakhstan. Chu Ili mountains, Betpakdala desert, Dzhungarsky Alatau, Zhambyl region, Almaty region, Karaganda region.
Albert Tulip Protection in Kazakhstan.
Alberta's tulip is listed in the Red Book, and also grows in the territory of the protected reserve Altyn Emel, Mount Chulak.