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    Tulipa aff. systola OP220024

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    Tulipa aff. systola OP220024

    A desert species growing at higher elevetions in South Jordan and the Upper Negev Desert. It has been and still treated as Tulipa systola but its is very different from the original species described from Iran.

    It has bluish-green undulate leaves and the deepets red colored flowers. Leaves and stem are hairy.

    Needs to be grown under glass, in hot sunny position. Should be quite hardy.

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    A desert species growing at higher elevetions in South Jordan and the Upper Negev Desert. It has been and still treated as Tulipa systola but its is very different from the original species described from Iran.

    It has bluish-green undulate leaves and the deepets red colored flowers. Leaves and stem are hairy.

    Needs to be grown under glass, in hot sunny position. Should be quite hardy.

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    Tulipa agenensis OP211181

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    Tulipa agenensis OP211181

    From high elevation on Mt. Hermon, at 1700m grows this wonderful species with the most brilliant red color. It blooms only few weeks after snow as melted. It is probably more hardy due to its origin. Still it would need a long, dry summer rest from June – Late October

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    From high elevation on Mt. Hermon, at 1700m grows this wonderful species with the most brilliant red color. It blooms only few weeks after snow as melted. It is probably more hardy due to its origin. Still it would need a long, dry summer rest from June – Late October

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    Tulipa agenensis sharonensis OP28317

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    Tulipa agenensis sharonensis OP28317

    Usually a smaller form of the Species which has been treated in the past as a subspecies.
    Growing along the northern coast of Israel and Lebanon. Color is the most vivid red with a yellow blotch on the outside and beautifull black center. This form tends to clump. Blooming in February to March.

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    Usually a smaller form of the Species which has been treated in the past as a subspecies.
    Growing along the northern coast of Israel and Lebanon. Color is the most vivid red with a yellow blotch on the outside and beautifull black center. This form tends to clump. Blooming in February to March.

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    Tulipa bakeri

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    Tulipa bakeri

    Ex Crete. Some botanists consider this name to be synonym for  Tulipa saxatilis, others consider it  to be a subspcies  (T. saxatilis ssp bakeri), others thins it is a natural hybrid between T. saxatilis and T. cretica.  I find it different  from T. saxatilis  by its  growth habit as it is not stoloniferous.

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    Ex Crete. Some botanists consider this name to be synonym for  Tulipa saxatilis, others consider it  to be a subspcies  (T. saxatilis ssp bakeri), others thins it is a natural hybrid between T. saxatilis and T. cretica.  I find it different  from T. saxatilis  by its  growth habit as it is not stoloniferous.

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    Tulipa biflora OP220022

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    Tulipa biflora OP220022

    This is the form that grows at high elevations in the E. Mediterranean. Needs a long, dry summer rest. Would enjoy cold dry winters.

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    This is the form that grows at high elevations in the E. Mediterranean. Needs a long, dry summer rest. Would enjoy cold dry winters.

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    Tulipa cretica

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    Tulipa cretica

    Ex. Crete; Moni Toplou

    A little jewel from Crete. with petals with pink color on the outer side. Despite its a miniature species it is quite showy.

    Protect the seedling for the first 2 -3 seasons.

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    Ex. Crete; Moni Toplou

    A little jewel from Crete. with petals with pink color on the outer side. Despite its a miniature species it is quite showy.

    Protect the seedling for the first 2 -3 seasons.

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    Tulipa cypria

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    Tulipa cypria

    A most desirable species from Cyprus. Tall stems carry the darkest, deep blood colored flowers in the genus.

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    A most desirable species from Cyprus. Tall stems carry the darkest, deep blood colored flowers in the genus.

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    Vagaria parviflora OP214071

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    Vagaria parviflora OP214071

    Autumnal flowering species from the Eastern Mediterranean.

    Tall flowering stems appear in late August – September to follow by decorative leaves in winter.

    Forming clumps in few years time.

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    Autumnal flowering species from the Eastern Mediterranean.

    Tall flowering stems appear in late August – September to follow by decorative leaves in winter.

    Forming clumps in few years time.

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    Colchicum zahnii 'Pink wave' (syn C. psaridis)

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    Colchicum zahnii ‘Pink wave’ (syn C. psaridis)

    A small autumnal flowering species endemic to South Greece.
    It produces first the flowers to follow by the leaves. Unlike most of the species in the Genus, C. zhanii has rhizomatous corms.
    ‘Pink wave’ selection tends to clump rapidly to produce an incredible amount of flowers! A real show.

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    A small autumnal flowering species endemic to South Greece.
    It produces first the flowers to follow by the leaves. Unlike most of the species in the Genus, C. zhanii has rhizomatous corms.
    ‘Pink wave’ selection tends to clump rapidly to produce an incredible amount of flowers! A real show.

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    Scilla latifolia

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    Scilla latifolia

    An incredibly robust and beautiful species from Morocco and the Canary Islands.
    It flowers in autumn when leaves are still immature. Unlike its relative S. madeirensis from Madeira the stem of this species tends to branch into three, with a long flowering season. The large bulbs grow to a Drimia maritima bulb size with deep purple/blue tunics.

     

    An incredibly robust and beautiful species from Morocco and the Canary Islands.
    It flowers in autumn when leaves are still immature. Unlike its relative S. madeirensis from Madeira the stem of this species tends to branch into three, with a long flowering season. The large bulbs grow to a Drimia maritima bulb size with deep purple/blue tunics.

     

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    Scilla dimartinoi

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    Scilla dimartinoi

    This showy species is endemic to the Island of Lampedusa. Unlike its well known relative S. peruviana, this species has more compact growth and a large flat umbel on a short stem. Color of the flowers is pale grayish/blue which gives a nice contrast to the deep olive-green leaves with white hairs at the margins.

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    This showy species is endemic to the Island of Lampedusa. Unlike its well known relative S. peruviana, this species has more compact growth and a large flat umbel on a short stem. Color of the flowers is pale grayish/blue which gives a nice contrast to the deep olive-green leaves with white hairs at the margins.

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