Tulips, a winter flower, characterized by its lack of scent, and its many colors, are native to Turkey, and the Netherlands is currently the world's main producer of tulips, producing about three billion tulips annually.
Tulips are flowering winter sands, and one of the most common species in our world, a species followed by many species up to 100 species or 150 species, is also of perennial flowers, i.e. lives more than two years.
Irrigation is not much preferred, it is enough to be recharged once or twice throughout the week, and the vessel does not sink with water. In winter, the plant is only irrigated once a week.
Tulips prefer a site with full sun or an exhibition of the afternoon sun. In hot spots choose a shaded location or a location with only the morning sun, because its flowers do not like much heat.
The appropriate thermal range of tulips is between 20-30°C so that if the temperature is below 20 degrees, the flower remains closed and if it exceeds 30 degrees Celsius, it withers and can lead to its death.