Originating from Uzbekistan, Tulipa vvedenskyi is seen has one of the strongest tulips from that region. The robust flowers can vary a bit in colour, from tangerine to fiery red. The narrow wavy foliage reveals that this specie is a wild tulip. On sunny days the flower opens up completely and are showing the unique purplish anthers. In the wild you can find this tulip at altitudes of 2000 m. The Russian botanist De Russische botanist Aleksei Vvedensky has done a lot of research to the flora of Uzbekistan, therefore this tulip was named after him.