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Growing ‘Charming Beauty’ Tulips

Hi Lovelies,

Just wanted to share some pictures of a new variety of tulip I tried this year, and quickly give some of my thoughts! Hope that you enjoy!

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It almost seems to “glow” on bright, sunny days.
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Here’s a closer look at the coloring!
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One reason I like ‘Charming Beauty’ is because the colors work quite nicely with the apricot and salmon parrot tulips. I think this fact alone is enough to make me want to grow this one again next year.
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It’s hard to describe the color of the markings within the flower, but I think the overall “look” is gorgeous.
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In some of the flowers, it seems that more color appears as it ages.
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This flower that’s about to start opening is striped with green. 
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Every ‘Charming Beauty’ bulb that I planted resulted in stems with multiple flower heads. While I wonder if weather was a factor, the consistency makes me think that this is just a trait present in this type of tulip? Have you have this experience before? Let me know in the comments!
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Short stems were an issue this year. However, this variety had the shortest stems of all the varieties I planted.

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