It seems that I have been searching for years for a nice pastel pink tulip. I’ve tried a wide range of varieties, and they nearly always being much darker than had been anticipated. When I grew ‘Mango Charm’ tulip this year, I had high hopes. In the catalog, the flower was pictured as a very soft blend of orange, pink, and yellow. When it finally opened, I definitely was not disappointed.
Though the ‘Mango Charm’ tulips in my garden didn’t look like the pictures, they were still very beautiful. Rather than the soft orange color, mine were a lovely pastel pink with the faintest bit of yellow-orange edging around each petal.
These ‘Mango Charm’ tulips will undoubtedly go very well with many of the different pastel shades of ranunculus that I’m growing this year. This is definitely a flower that I plan to grow again in the future! Have you ever grown ‘Mango Charm’ tulip before? If so, I’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comment section below. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog!