What is another word for tulip gentian?

Pronunciation: [tjˈuːlɪp d͡ʒˈɛnʃən] (IPA)

Tulip gentian is a flowering plant that grows in alpine regions and is known for its beautiful blue and purple color. In various regions, this plant is known by different names like mountain pansy, alpine bellflower, or alpine gentian. The word gentian is derived from the Latin word "gentiana," which is a reference to a mythical character named Gentius. However, the plant is sometimes called "tulip gentian" due to the flower's tulip-like shape. Other synonyms include blue gentian, mountain violet, and narrowleaf gentian. The plant is known for its medicinal properties and has been used to treat digestive and liver problems.

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