Collection of Beautiful Tulip Coloring Pages

Do you like Tulip? So, you are in the right place because we will give you these flowers in the following coloring pictures below. Let’s choose your favorites then happy coloring.

Tulips are bulbous plants belonging to the Liliaceae family. They are colorful and very fragrant, spring flowers originating in Turkey.

Tulip Coloring Pages

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They have become famous throughout Europe, especially in the Netherlands, since the sixteenth century.

The botanical name Tulipa derives in fact from the Turkish word tulbend, turban, to recall the characteristic shape of the flower, formed by six equal petals.

Tulip Coloring Pages

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Tulips are very easy to cultivate: with a few simple tricks, it is possible to obtain a garden or a terrace full of colors.

The plant is composed of an underground bulb from which the stem is born. It characterized by bright green color and a small number of leaves that are either far from blue or purple, depending on the species.

The colors of the tulips are concerned, these flowers exist in practically all shades, among which yellow, white, red, mauve, pink, and orange.

Apart from some exceptions (as is the case of the Tulipa Turkestanica), one stem corresponds to a single flower, comprising three petals and three sepals.

But let’s see how to plant, care for, water, and fertilize the tulips in the right way.

The Tulip is one of the most popular and sought-after plants given the beauty of the flower, its great variety of colors, and the flowering with a high aesthetic impact.

Although it is universally recognized as a symbol of Holland, which is now the most significant global exporter of this plant, tulips are typical of mild and dry areas, such as North China, Southern Europe, Iran, and North Africa.

In particular, these flowers grow spontaneously on the Tien Shan mountain range in Asia.

Its name comes from the word “dulband”, which means “turban”, a name derived from the flower’s particular shape.