Tulip

Tulips are a symbol of Holland. There are many colors of flowers. Tulips can be planted at an optimum temperature not exceeding 25 degrees Celsius.

Although the tulip is a flower that reminds of Holland But both the flower and the name come from the Persian Empire, tulip, or “lale”, as it is called in Turkey Is a local flower of Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan and parts of Central Asia. Although it is not known who led Tulips in north-western Europe, it is important that Turkey is the one who made Tulip famous there. The accepted matter is that Oghier Ghislain de Busbecq became the envoy of the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I at the court of the Sultan Solomon the Great of the Ottoman Empire in 1898. . 1554 Busbecq lectures in letters to various flowers. To see, including Narcissus, Hyacinth, and tulips that seem to bloom in the winter that seems wrong in the season

The word “tulip”, originally in English, was written as “tulipa” or “tulipant” in English from France, which was derived from the word “tulipe” and from the ancient word “tulipan” or from Latin. Modern “tulīpa” that comes from the Turkish language “tülbend” or “muslin”.

Tulips show perfect love. Passion for lovers Declaration of love and protection

Red Tulip
Red Tulip

Red tulips Means stability in love The seriousness and sincerity of the giver Honesty and love with all my heart

Yellow Tulip
Yellow Tulip

Yellow tulips Meaning hopeless love

White Tulip
White Tulip

White tulips Meaning I can sacrifice everything for you Love that doesn’t hope

Orange Tulip
Orange Tulip

Orange tulips Meaning the love that conceals Distraction And emotions that are full of sensitivity

Purple Tulip
Purple Tulip

Purple tulips Means honesty, stability

Tulip has always been a popular spring flower.

Tulips are considered a symbol of fantasy, perfect lover’s ambition and open love.