Tulipmania Art Journal

A collection of remarkable facts about tulips

There are tulips that have more than one flower per stem

Although the classical image of the tulip most of us picture is a single flower crowning the top of the stem, it is not uncommon for tulips to produce more than one flower on the same stem.

Such tulips are called multi-headed or bouquet-flowering tulips and although they do have a single main stem growing from the bulb, this main stem branches out into several smaller secondary stems, each producing a blossom. This way one single tulip stalk may work as a bouquet on its own, featuring a cluster of 3 to 6 full-sized flowers blooming at once. 

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“Everything you didn’t know about the tulip”


Did you know that tulips don’t have petals and can grow from seeds and not only from bulbs? Have you ever heard of the tulip formula, the tulip coin or one single tulip bulb serving as a bride’s dowry? Were you aware that the Peace tulip is actually dedicated to John Lennon and Yoko Ono? All these and many more other curious facts about the tulip will be revealed in all detail in our book.

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