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Tulipa nitor, also known as a brilliant tulip in the northeast and a midnight tulip in the south, stores the energy of the sun during the day in phosphorous cells, which causes it to softly glow during the dark of night. Common varieties have flowers that range from blue to purple, with dark green stems and leaves.
These perennial bulbous plants can grow from 10-70 cm tall. They can't grow naturally in tropical environments because they need a cold winter season to survive.
In reality, this is a fictional flower created entirely in Photoshop. It's fun to dream though. Wouldn't it be a spectacular sight to see one of these for real?
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