Today’s Featured Flower Photo of the Day: Yellow Tulips

Here is today’s featured photo flower presentation. To let this year shine bright, I am featuring fine photos of flowers, continuing to honor the brighter side of life again this year. Today’s Flower of the day is the Yellow Tulips.

The Yellow Tulip, or the Tulipa L. is a hardy bulbous plant of the Liliaceae family That is native to the country of Turkey. All Tulips account for 6 to 10 percent of the flower population, among a very high amount of the flowers in the world. The Yellow Tulip is one of the Tulip varieties, that are divided into 15 separate species, with the varieties of tulips being 6393 total species of the tulips portfolio, as reported officially in the year of 2017. The tulip is divided into the categories of a single double-petaled, Lily bloom, bloom, button bloom, fringed (the frill-shaped petals which became one). They have branches whereby the bloom outsets. The tulip is very popular worldwide, and is one of the most popular varieties in the Middle-East, with them being the national flower in the countries of Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, and Kazakhstan. The tulip grows to the size of 4 inches to 2 feet long from ground level, and the flowers have a diameter of 2 to 4 colorful inches. Tulips perform very well in half-day sun and beneath deciduous trees. Planting of the bulbs in full sun will help the tulips attain their maximum height and flower size. In warmer climates, the flowers will last longer if they are shielded from hot afternoon sun.

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Photo taken with a Samsung Galaxy A71 with the factory Quad camera Standard-wide: 64 MP 1/1.72-inch sensor with 0.8µm pixels and 26 mm-equivalent f/1.8 PDAF lens Ultra-wide: 12 MP sensor with f/2.2 aperture lens.

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Another fine photograph to coming right up:
Feature photo: “Flower of the Day” ! ! !

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5 thoughts on “Featured Photo: Flower of the Day – The Yellow Tulip

  1. I love tulips! We used to have them come up every year when we lived in Florida. I had NO idea there were so many varieties! wow

  2. I used to study the seed/bulb/flower catalogs faithfully. So many kinds of tulips, I love the parrot tulips best. But they are all wonderful, and so is the photo!

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