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Tulip and Violets

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1 Color
1.1 Color
Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, Yellow
Blue, White, Yellow
1.1.1 Color Meaning
Orange - Satisfaction and Passion, Pink - Sensitivity and Love, Purple - Elegance and Pride, Red - Courage, Desire and Love, Yellow - Happiness and Friendship
Blue - Peace and Serenity, White - Purity and Innocence, Yellow - Happiness and Friendship
1.2 Stem Size
0"
0"
1.3 Fragrance
Floral
NA
1.4 Petals
1.4.1 Number Of Petals
Sunflower
3
Rank: 7 (Overall)
5
Rank: 5 (Overall)
Lily
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1.5 Other Characteristics
1.5.1 Shape
Bowl
Heart
1.5.2 Height
Lavender
4.00 cm
Rank: 14 (Overall)
40.00 cm
Rank: 5 (Overall)
Verbena
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1.5.3 Diameter
Daffodil
Not Available
Rank: 100 (Overall)
1.25 cm
Rank: 14 (Overall)
Iris
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1.6 Line
Not Available
Not Available
1.7 Silhouette
Not Available
Not Available
1.8 Blossom Texture
Not Available
Not Available
1.9 Blossom Size
0"
0"
1.10 Form
Not Available
Not Available
2 Care
2.1 Growing Conditions of
2.1.1 Sunlight
Full Sun, Part Sun
Part Sun
2.1.2 Watering
Enough
Diligently
2.2 Soil
2.2.1 Type of Soil
Sandy
Well-drained
2.2.2 The pH of Soil
Dandelion
6.00
Rank: 6 (Overall)
5.80
Rank: 7 (Overall)
Gardenia
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2.2.3 Essential Fertilizers
Nitrogen
Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium
2.3 Common Pests and Diseases
2.3.1 List of Pests
Aphids, Mites, Nematodes, Slugs, Snails, Spider Mites
Aphids, Japanese beetles, Mealybugs, Spider Mites, Whiteflies
2.3.2 List of Diseases
Gray Molds, Root Rot, Stem Rot
Bacterial leaf spot or blast, blight, Crown gall rot, Nematodes, Powdery Mildew, Root Rot, Rust
2.4 Bloom Time
Spring Season
Spring Season
2.5 Vase Life
0
0
3 Interesting Facts
3.1 Facts
3.1.1 History
3.1.2 Origin
China, Greece, Iran, Persia, Siberia, Turkey, Ukraine
Northern Hemisphere
3.2 Interesting Facts of
  • Tulip is the national flower of Turkey and Afghanistan and its name is originated from Turkish word 'Turbin'.
  • On Valentine's Day Tulip is the second most popular flower to send after roses.
  • The hair on the leaves of African Violets absorbs water from the air.
  • In 1892, Baron Walter von Saint Paul discovered this plant and thus named after him.
3.3 Lifespan
Annuals - complete its full life cycle in one growing season, Perennials - a plant that lives for three or more years
Biennials - completes its life cycle in two years
3.4 Habit
Shrubs
Herbs
3.5 Flower Meaning
3.6 Astrological Flower
3.7 Birth Month Flower
3.8 Flower Availability
4 Benefits
4.1 Uses
Not Available
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4.2 Health Benefits
Best remedy for Cough & Cold, Reduces risk of cancer, Used for sinus pain, hay fever and headache
Good for liver and gallbladder, reduce stomach pain and cramping, Used for indigestion and constipation
4.2.1 Medicinal Uses
Have diuretic properties, It has anti-septic properties
Acts as an anti-inflammatory, It has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, It has anti-septic properties
4.2.2 Culinary Uses
NA
Added in candies, Used as flavor food in deserts and ice creams, Used in jam, jelly, marmalade, Used in salads, soups and sandwiches, Used in teas
4.3 Other Benefits
4.3.1 Design Uses
4.3.2 Cosmetic Uses
Best for Dry sensitive skin, Used in creams, hand lotions and in essential oils, Used in Perfumes
Best for Dry sensitive skin, Best for Healing, Used in Perfumes
4.3.3 Occasional Uses
Father's Day, Friendship Day, Mother's Day, Wedding
Anniversary, Decoration
4.4 Allergy
NA
NA
5 Family
5.1 Common Name
5.2 Tribe
5.3 Scientific Name
Tulipa
Viola
5.4 Kingdom
Plantae
Plantae
5.4.1 Sub kingdom
Tracheobionta
Tracheobionta
5.5 Super Division
Spermatophyte
Spermatophyte
5.5.1 Division
Magnoliophyta
Magnoliophyta
5.5.2 Order
Liliales
Violales
5.6 Class
Liliopsida
Magnoliopsida
5.7 Family
Liliaceae
Violaceae
5.7.1 Sub Family
Lilioideae
NA
5.8 Genus
Not Available
Not Available
5.9 Number of Species
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Rank: N/A (Overall)

About Tulip and Violets

It is said that earth laughs with flowers. Be it Fragrant Flowers or non-fragrant flowers, they keep the surrounding cheerful. They are the best gift from mother earth. Let’s know about Tulip and Violets facts like color, shape, fragrance, growing conditions and benefits in the sections below.

More about Tulip and Violets Facts and color

You must be curious to know more about Tulip and Violets facts and color. flowers.comparespecies.com will let you know all the Interesting Facts about Tulip and Violets. Tulip comes in Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, Yellow colors whereas Violets flowers are with Blue, White, Yellow colors. Other Tulip and Violets facts will definitely amuse you.

Tulip and Violets growing conditions

Absolute growing condition is the only key to keep plants in good health and in good shape. Let’s learn about essential Tulip and Violets growing conditions. Tulip requires Full Sun, Part Sun and Enough watering with 6.00 of Sandy soil. Violets needs Part Sun and Diligently watering with 5.80 of Well-drained soil. Get other Tulip and Violets facts in the sections below.

Tulip and Violets Facts

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Tulip and Violets Classification

After knowing about various Tulip and Violets facts, let's study their classification. Based on genetic and physical features, Tulip and Violets classification starts with knowing their scientific name. The scientific name of Tulip and Violets is Tulipa and Viola respectively. Tulip belongs to Liliaceae family whereas Violets falls under Violaceae family. Also check out Flowers by Color so as to plant colorful aroma in the garden.

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