Springtime is the special time for tulips, daffodils, and other bulb blossoms to enthrall the world with their beauty in Keukenhof Gardens in Lisse, The Netherlands. The multicolored tulips, which have turned out to be representational of Holland are in their climax period each year during the months of April and May.
There are over 7 million tulip bulbs in blossom there with about 800 assortments. Keukenhof also recognized as the Garden of Europe is a fantastic view.
“Keukenhof Park itself is one of the largest flower gardens in the world, with about seven million flowering bulbs planted on an annual basis. By the time the Keukenhof period ends on May 13, the flower show is likely to have received over one million visitors from all over the world.”
2018’s idea for Keukenhof is "Romantic kinship in Flowers." The gardens, as well as pavilions, show a fantastic compilation of not only tulip bulbs, but too hyacinths, daffodils, orchids, roses, irises, lilies and a lot of other flowers.
Keukenhof is in the heart of what is known as the Bollenstreek, or bulb area. A huge flower procession via the region, named Bloemencorso Bollenstreek, is one of the biggest in the globe.
Hold my hand and we’ll stroll through life together.
As I far as I looked, I saw beauty.
Bloom and smile up at the sky.
Myriad shades of spring.
We flower together, we curve together.
“All at once I saw a crowd…”
Picking tulips and collecting memories.
Love me some cheesy heart designs.
Rows of splendor.
Buds buds bloom bloom.
Postcards is always a good idea.
Life in utter symmetry.
Contrasting colours make for stunning photos.
Drive away, darling!
This is a pure nature love and we all should enjoy it without harming it.