Tulipa Clusiana, commonly referred to as lady tulip, is a species of tulip that is native to Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, and the western Himalayas. Each bulb produces 2-5 leaves. The Tulipa are white to cream-colored, with the outer petals being red-edged white on the exterior. Inside the flower is solid white with a small purple-red blotch at the base. Flowers open up in the sunlight and make a star-shaped appearance but stay closed in the dark. It has naturalized throughout much of southern Europe. Flowers bloom in and usually bloom singly.