Tulip (scientific name: Tulipa gesneriana), a herbaceous plant in the genus Liliaceae, is the national flower of Turkey, Kazakhstan, and the Netherlands. English name: Flower of Common Tulip, Flower of Late Tulip, Chinese medicine name: Tulip "Compendium of Materia Medica"; Tulip "Tai Ping Yu Lan"; Red and Blue Flowers, Purple Shuxiang "Outline". 3-5 leaves, strip-shaped lanceolate to ovate-lanceolate, single terminal flower, large and showy, perianth red or mixed with white and yellow, sometimes white or yellow, 5-7 long Cm, 2-4 cm in width, 6 stamens of equal length, filaments glabrous, no style, stigma enlarged in the form of a coronal, flowering from April to May.
Tulips are grown all over the world and are the national flowers of the Netherlands, New Zealand, Iran, Turkey, Turkmenistan and other countries. Known as the world flower, tulips have become a symbol of fashion and internationalization.