What does a tulip look like?
The shape of a tulip is similar to a goblet, the pedicel is similar to the stem of the cup, and the flower part is shaped like a semi-ellipsoid, much like the belly of a cup. It has many varieties, and the flowers of different varieties have different colors. Specifically, its flowers come in various colors such as deep red, fuchsia, orange, yellow, pink, white, brown, purple-black, purple, and black.
Tulips are perennial herbaceous plants of the genus Tulipa in the family Liliaceae, with bulbs. The outer skin is light yellow to brown, with 2-5 fleshy scales inside, and the flowering period is from March to May. Native to Turkey, it is the national flower of Turkey, the Netherlands, Hungary and other countries.
What is the flower language of tulips?
Tulips represent fraternity, thoughtfulness, elegance, wealth and ability, and intelligence. Tulips of different colors have different meanings. Red represents the confession of love and passionate love; pink represents eternal love; white represents pure and noble love; yellow represents cheerfulness; color represents the confession of love, the crown of honor, and the eternal Blessings and so on.