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Historische Wildtulpen

De schoonheid van wilde tulpen, die in de natuur onafzienbare velden kunnen vormen, was zonder twijfel de reden waarom ze lang geleden werden verzameld en in tuinen terecht kwamen. Omdat ze zo variabel van uiterlijk zijn ging men de extra opvallende vormen daaruit selecteren. Later ging men soorten kruisen en werden de beste zaailingen vermeerderd. Dat was ook het geval met de eerste tulp, een rode, die in het westen werd beschreven (1559) en die was opgekweekt uit zaad afkomstig uit Turkije. In de volgende 300 jaar werden vanuit heel Voor-, Midden- en Centraal Azië nieuwe tulpen geïntroduceerd, terwijl in het westen steeds meer tulpen werden gekweekt.

Historische Wildtulpen

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Tulipa acuminata
Intro: 16th century. First described in 1813 when M. Vahl included it on a plant list of the Botanical Gardens in Copenhagen. It is actually a hybrid that carries the name of a species. Also known as the 'horned tulip'. The long and curiously...
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Tulipa aucheriana
Introduced by H. Elwes in 1880, but discovered in 1838 by Pierre Aucher - Eloy. Origin: Iran and Syria. The two to five grey-green, wavy leaves are about 15 cm long. One to three pink flowers with pointed petals and a yellow-brown heart. The...
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Tulipa aximensis
Intro: 1894. Collected by Abbé Robert Fritsch near Aime in Savoy, France. The large flowers are bright red, in bud the petals show a distinct grey sheen, which disappears on opening.
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Tulipa batalinii
Intro: 1889. Origin: Central Asia, the Pamir-Alai Mountains. It is suspected to be a T. montana, but evidence of that is yet to be found. Classification is again according to the ideas of the K.A.V.B. The flower colour is soft lemon yellow with a...
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Tulipa clusiana
Intro: 1802, , descriptions date from the 16th century. Lady Tulip or Candy Tulip. Origin: Northeast Afghanistan and Kashmir (growing wild in some places), southern France and the Greek islands. In Europe they were spread by hitchhiking in the...
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Tulipa clusiana var. stellata
Intro: 1827. Origin: among others, the north of Afghanistan and Pakistan. The flowers miss the species' characteristic black throat. On the outside the white flowers have a rosy blush and the whole has a pink glow. The flower stem is longer, 30-35...
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Tulipa didieri
An ornamental tulip that buds from a narrow pointed bud. Common in southern Europe, especially in the Savoys. First described in 1846 by Alexis Jordan, one of the first Neo-tulips described as a species. The flowers are usually dark pinkish-red,...
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Tulipa greigii
A large-flowered, variable species from the mountains of Tian Shan, the Syr Dar'ya River valley and the land between the Aral Sea and the Caspian Sea. The recognisable leaves show dark markings and the bowl-shaped flower shape is strikingly...
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Tulipa hageri
Intro: 1874. Origin: Greece, Crete and near Izmir (Turkey). Named after Friedrich Hager by Theodor von Heldreich, both of whom introduced the little tulip. The bell-shaped flowers have a colour that is a cross between copper and scarlet with a...
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Tulipa humilis
Origin: Northern and Northwestern Iran (Elburz Mountains) and Kurdistan. Intro: 1844. Only 10-12 cm high with a variable flower colour, from mauve to violet with a large yellow base. The flowers are cup-shaped, but open in a star shape in the sun.
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Tulipa iliensis
Intro: 1879. Origin: Tien Shan (Central Asia) and China where they occur in the Dzungaria - Kashgar area on rocky and grassy slopes. Closely related to T. altaica. The flower colour is lemon yellow with violet hues on the outer petals. The anthers...
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Tulipa ingens
Origin: Central Asia (Pamir - Alai, Zeravshan). Collected by Paul Graeber in 1901. The 40 cm high reddish coloured flower stalk is remarkable. The cup-shaped and very large scarlet flowers have a glossy finish. 'Ingens' means huge. On the inside,...
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Tulipa lanata
Beautiful orange-red flowers with a black centre. It is more often the hybrid species that is being offered under this name. The wild form grows on mount Kugi-Tang in southwestern Uzbekistan.
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Tulipa montana
Called T. wilsoniana by Hoog. Forms of T. oculus-solis, T. stapfii or T. systola have been wrongly named T. montana. T. montana comes in many different colours and shapes and occurs in the Kopet Dag, Turkmenistan and in the Elbrus and Zagros...
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Tulipa polychroma
Intro: 1885. Origin: Northern Iran and northwestern Afghanistan. A multi-flowering, only 10-15 cm high tulip. When the sun shines, they look like a bunch of 'stars'. The flower colour is white with some violet on the outer petals. Both the base...
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Tulipa saxatilis
T. saxatilis has been known since the early 17th century. At that time it was called 'The Tulip of Candie' (Candie or Candia is the old name for Crete). Reintroduced in 1870 by George Maw. Origin: Crete. Six to twelve green leaves form a rosette....
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Tulipa sprengeri
Intro: 1894. Was found in the Pontic Mountains near Amasya in Turkey. Of all species Tulipa this one flowers latest, late May, early June. The slim, bright red-orange flower grows above the long and narrow shiny green leaves. The backs of the...
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Tulipa stapfii
Origin: Western Iran and northern Iraq. Named after Otto O. Stapf (1857-1933), a botanist who has studied the genus Tulipa genus his whole life. Dark crimson-scarlet, cup-shaped flowers with a dark violet spot in the heart. That spot is sometimes...
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Tulipa sylvestris
Perhaps the oldest described species, Rembertus Dodonaeus described the forest tulip in 1568. The oldest depiction in Europe of T. sylvestris is from 1549. Origin: Iran, North Africa and Europe, also in the Netherlands, but probably feral, native...
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Tulipa tarda
Introduction: 1933. Before that, it was known under the name T. dasystemon. Origin: Tien Shan. Its four to seven tortuous, shiny leaves form a rosette. The up to six -two or three on average- star-shaped flowers are so close together that they...
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Tulipa turkestanica
Intro: 1875. Origin: Central Asia, Turkestan and northwest China. One of the earliest flowering species. The leaves are grey-green in colour and the 20 cm high flower stem is hairy. The twelve tapered white flowers with oval petals have a...
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Tulipa whittallii
Intro: 1929. Origin: Western Turkey. Named after Edward Whittall who had a nursery near Izmir. The name was already used in 1920 but registred in 1940. This small tulip that blooms in April has bright orange inner petals with a dark glow towards...
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