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Book details
  • Genre:EDUCATION
  • SubGenre:Bilingual Education
  • Language:English
  • Pages:13
  • eBook ISBN:9780992618605

The Flower - Princess

by Nursulu Shaimerdenova

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Overview
History of the Tulip Tulip (Lat. Tulipa) is a perennial flower of the lily family, which has scaly bulbs. Its history as it ‘conquered’ the world is of interest as well. It goes back to the 16th century, when a sizeable shipment of seeds and bulbs was sent to Vienna. Charles de l’Ecluse, the director of Vienna’s Imperial Medical Garden, started actively cultivating tulips. Soon afterwards tulips spread beyond the borders of Austria and were imported into France and Holland, where they proved so popular that they became collector’s items
Description
Tulipa Greigli – Greig’s Tulip Historical Information. The tulipa Greigii was described by Eduard von Regel as a tulip from the Karatau Mountains, initially as a variety of the Altai tulip (Tulipa altaica var. karatavica, 1868). Later in 1873 it was described as a species in its own right and named in honour of Samuil Alexeyevich Greig (1827-1887) by the President of the Russian Horticultural Society. This particular tulip flowers from early April to early June and multiplies in June or July. Distribution in Kazakhstan From the northern deserts (in the environs of Kyzylorda) through the mountains and valleys of the Tien Shan as far as the Kurdai Pass (Zhambyl, South Kazakhstan and Kyzylorda Regions). Gradually bulbs of this tulip spread through various countries of Europe. Protection in Kazakhstan This tulip has been entered in the Red Book of Endangered Species and is a protected species in the Aksu-Dzhabagly Reserve, the Botanical Protected Area of “Berkara” (in the Zhambyl Region) and the specialized Protected Area, “Krasnaya Gorka” [Red Mountain] (in the Tyulkubas District of the South Kazakhstan Region
About the author
Professor N. Z. Shaimerdenova, Doctor of Philology, Director of the Centre for Research in Humanities, ‘Parasat’ Insitute, Kazakhstan; Honorary Professor, Ulikhanov State University, Kokshetau; member of the Academic Committee of the Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan; vice-President, Kazakhstan Association of Russian (Soviet) University Alumni (since 2009 President of the Alumni Club); member of the Kazakhstan Union of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature
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