Tulipa gesneriana

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Tulipa gesneriana
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Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Tracheophytes
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Monocots
Order: Liliales
Family: Liliaceae
Subfamily: Lilioideae
Tribe: Lilieae
Genus: Tulipa
Species:
T. gesneriana
Binomial name
Tulipa gesneriana
Synonyms[1]
Synonymy
  • Tulipa coronaria Salisb.
  • Tulipa hortensis Gaertn.
  • Tulipa stricta Stokes
  • Tulipa pubescens Willd.
  • Tulipa cornuta Redouté
  • Tulipa laciniata Fisch. ex Bellerm.
  • Tulipa campsopetala Delaun. ex Loisel.
  • Tulipa stenopetala Delaun. ex Loisel.
  • Tulipa bonarotiana Reboul
  • Tulipa strangulata Reboul
  • Tulipa media C.Agardh ex Schult. & Schult.f.
  • Tulipa repens Fisch. ex Sweet
  • Tulipa bicolor Raf.
  • Tulipa scabriscapa Fox-Strangw.
  • Tulipa unguiculata Raf.
  • Tulipa neglecta (Reboul) Reboul
  • Tulipa serotina Reboul
  • Tulipa variopicta Reboul
  • Tulipa spathulata Bertol.
  • Tulipa didieri Jord.
  • Tulipa fransoniana Parl.
  • Tulipa platystigma Jord.
  • Tulipa billietiana Jord.
  • Tulipa mauritiana Jord.
  • Tulipa planifolia Jord.
  • Tulipa mauriana Jord. & Fourr.
  • Tulipa acutiflora DC. ex Baker
  • Tulipa elegans Baker
  • Tulipa fulgens Baker
  • Tulipa retroflexa Baker
  • Tulipa mauriannensis Didier
  • Tulipa macrospeila Baker
  • Tulipa connivens Levier
  • Tulipa etrusca Levier
  • Tulipa lurida Levier
  • Tulipa passeriniana Levier
  • Tulipa sommieri Levier.
  • Tulipa baldaccii Mattei
  • Tulipa marjolletii E.P.Perrier & Songeon
  • Tulipa segusiana E.P.Perrier & Songeon
  • Tulipa saracenica E.P.Perrier
  • Tulipa perrieri Marj. ex P.Fourn.
  • Tulipa grengiolensis Thommen
  • Tulipa montisandrei J.Prudhomme
  • Tulipa rubidusa Lieser
  • Tulipa sedunii Lieser
  • Tulipa norvegica Lieser

Tulipa gesneriana, the Didier's tulip[2] or garden tulip, is a species of plants in the lily family, cultivated as an ornamental in many countries because of its large, showy flowers.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families". World Checklist of Selected Plant Families (WCSP). Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
  2. "Tulipa gesneriana". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 12 December 2015.