Other Names, Group: Double Early Tulips,
German: Tulpe
Czech: tulipán
Genus: Tulipa, tulip
Mature Height: 0.40 m
Deciduous: deciduous plant
Bloom in: IVV
Flower Colour: red
Soil Preferred:: penetrability,
Light Required:: full sunpart shade
Other Attributes: bulb, bed plant, attractive flowers, cut plant,

Tulipa 'Queen of Marwel'

Tulip

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Tulipa 'Queen of Marwel'  Tulip flowers

Tulipa 'Queen of Marwel'

Tulip

flowers

Tulipa  'Queen of Marwel'  Tulip flowers

Plants of Genus Tulipa:

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Tulipán pozdní (Tulipa urumiensis)
Tulipán pozdní (Tulipa urumiensis)
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Tulipán zahradní (Tulipa x hybrida)
Tulipán zahradní (Tulipa x hybrida)
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Tulipán 'Red Princess' - květ (Tulipa x hybrida)
Tulipán 'Red Princess' - květ (Tulipa x hybrida)
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Tulipán Eternal Flame (Tulipa x hybrida)
Tulipán Eternal Flame (Tulipa x hybrida)
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Tulipán zahradní (Tulipa x hybrida)
Tulipán zahradní (Tulipa x hybrida)
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Tulipán Grand Perfection (Tulipa x hybrida)
Tulipán Grand Perfection (Tulipa x hybrida)
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Tulipán (Tulipa)
Tulipán (Tulipa)
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Tulipán zahradní (Tulipa x hybrida)
Tulipán zahradní (Tulipa x hybrida)

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