Tulipa clusiana

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 Tulipa clusiana subsp. var.  Candy-stick tulip, Lady tulip
Tulip Tulipa clusiana 'Lady Jane' Rock Ledge Flower Edit 2000px.jpg
Habit: bulbous
Height: to
Width: to
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Height: 8 in to 12 in
Width: 2 in to 4 in
Bloom: early spring, mid spring, late spring
Exposure: sun
Features: flowers
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USDA Zones: 3 to 8
Sunset Zones:
Flower features: red, orange, yellow, pink
Liliaceae > Tulipa clusiana var. ,

The Lady Tulip (Tulipa clusiana) is a species of tulip. The plant grows to a height of 6 to 12 in (15 to 30 cm). It flowers during the spring season.

Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Tulipa clusiana, Vent. Described by Baker as "one of the most widely spread and clearly marked of all the tulips, and one that shows the least tendency to vary:" bulb small and densely pilose: height 12-18 in.: st. slender, glabrous: lvs. 4-5: very long and narrow and folded double, linear-acuminate, pendent: peduncle slender, tinged with brown directly under fl.: perianth small, when open 2 in. across, funnelform-campanulate, very fragrant, delicate white (sometimes described as lemon-yellow), with a purplish black base and black stamens, outside flushed with red; segms. acute; claw hirsute on edge; stamens yellow; filaments cylindric, densely bearded at base; ovary pyramidal; stigmas small, tinged with red. Portugal, through Medit. region to Greece and Persia. CH

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