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Hundreds of flowering twill blooms in the garden of plants in the Crimea

SHARJAH, March 24 (Reuters)

Hundreds of hybrid tulips flourished at the gardens plant in Crimea, which planted hybrid species of Venus in order to adapt to the climate in the region.

After the different types of this flower, imported from abroad, failed to adapt to the Crimean climate, the garden tends to cultivate hybrid flowers.

Lyudmila Alexandrova, an elderly explorer in the Botanical Garden, explains that there are more than six thousand and five hundred different types of tulips around the world, including hybrid species, and that the cultivation of tulips in the Crimea began in 1929.

Lyudmila noted that there is a need to hybridize tulips from local species so that they could adapt to the climate there.

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