Tulipa 'Orange Monarch'
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This genus consists of mainly spring-flowering bulbs, which are grown for their bright upward facing flowers. Each bulb produces a few linear to lance-shaped, green or grey-green leaves, which are borne on the stem. The flower has 6 usually pointed petals and usually 6 stamens which are borne singly.
How to propagate Tulip
You can propagate by dividing bulbs in autumn or for species by seed in spring or autumn.
Other uses of Tulip
Grown for their bright, upward facing flowers. Rock gardens and walls.