Other Common Names: woodland tulip, feral tulip, botanical tulip
Weed class: monitor list
Year Listed: 2022
Native to: Eurasia and North Africa
Is this Weed Toxic?:
Why Is It a Noxious Weed?
This plant is on the monitor list - it is not a listed noxious weed in Washington. Please contact its sponsor Emily Stevenson to report locations or for more information.
How would I identify it?
This is the wild, feral, or undomesticated variety of our garden tulips.
4, showy yellow petals that start cupped together and eventually open
broad, blade-like leaves grow up in a clump from a basal point.
The flowers grow from a round stalk, which is relatively succulent.
Where does it grow?
Prefers sun and some soil moisture
How Does it Reproduce?
How Do I Control It?
Digging and grubbing out plants to get all bulbs out will work on small populations.