Home » Top 1000 Botanical Pictures » Upside Down Tulip (Fritillaria imperialis) Add to Facebook download .zip with all pictures This link is down right now, but I found some photos of a natural field of upside down tulips at Shahan kuh in Iran: http://www.panoramio.com/user/1866775?with_photo_id=52623667 Related Posts Daucus carota – Queen Anne’s lace Arms opened to life Strangler fig trees also called Banyan trees, begin life as an epiphyte. They can grow to be 148 feet tall. These trees are the most important for animal survival in the rainforest because they bear fruit all year round and constantly have a supply of food for animals to eat. Latest Comments Rac May 2, 2016 http://www.iris-bulbeuses.org/jpg/Vigneron/Fritillaria-imperialis-9684.jpg they look more interesting from this angle. Comments are closed.