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Tulipa turkestanica (Turkestan tulip) is a species of tulip native to central Asia It was first described by Eduard August von Regel in as a variety of T. Biennial Clary Sage. An erect perennial or biennial with hairy wrinkled, mid- green leaves. Spikes of large white flowers with pink bracts from spring to summer. Turkestan Tulip, Botanical Tulips, Tulip Species, Rock Garden Tulips, Wild Tulips. Named for its place of origin, Turkey, award-winning Tulip turkestanica is a wild-looking species with gray-green leaves and up to 12 star-shaped, white flowers borne on inch stems (25 cm).
Find help & information on Tulipa turkestanica (15) Turkestan tulip from the RHS. 2 Apr Small, sweetly fragrant white flowers with gold eyes borne to a stem. Planted thickly, they make a starry mass of bloom that will light up the. Indigenous to Uzbekistan, the leaves and shoots of Ajuga turkestanica are traditionally dried and steeped in hot water creating a broth for treatment of heart .
This fragrant early bloomer produces several flowers per stem yet still has a delicate wildflower look. Tulipa turkestanica is just one of a range of tulips available to order online from Avon Bulbs. Tulip "Turkestanica" is the perfect way to celebrate spring: a profusion of creamy white blooms with bright yellow centers. This dwarf tulip combines beauty with. Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica, better known as Clary Sage has been grown in almost every botanical sanctuary in human history. Its uses are considerable: a. Tulip Turkestanica. Fully hardy, perennial. Very low growing. Thrives in full sun, ok in partial shade, with well-drained soil. These spring time favourites perform.
This exceptional variety will produce up to seven flowers per stem throughout March. It reaches a height of 20cm and will suit border, rockeries and. Thumbnail #1 of Tulipa turkestanica by philomel · Thumbnail #2 of Tulipa turkestanica by Todd_Boland · Thumbnail #3 of Tulipa turkestanica by John_Benoot. Tulipa turkestanica. 1 / 5. Circa , this naturalizing tetraploid yields multiple star-shaped, ivory flowers with orange-yellow bases. Tulip Class: Species. Salvia Turkestanica from Burncoose Nurseries available online to buy - Information: tall spikes of lavender flowers with white bracts and pungent foliage.