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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Part 2. Tulip Extravaganza. Scagit Valley, WA


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Part 1 is  HERE

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14 comments:

  1. Just fantastic photographs.

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  2. amazing photos, i love it :) look at my blog: http://7kwiatow.blogspot.com/ hope you enjoy!

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  3. These don't even look real! Jaw dropping gorgeous Tatyana.

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  4. Every so often I see photos that change my opinion of tulips, and both of these sets do that.

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  5. Stunning photos Tatyana, and equally stunning tulip displays rivalling some of the ones you see in Holland. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. The waves of color are breathtaking. If it looks this gorgeous in photographs, I can only imagine what it looks like IRL! Definitely a place I want to visit some day!

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  7. Oh my! Just spectacular Tatyana. I would love to see these fields of tulips. Gorgeous.

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  8. wonderful tour, thank you..

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  9. I've never seen anything like it! So amazing! Thanks so much for sharing your photos.

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  10. Wow. You know, as gorgeous as the tulips are I was equally enamored of the trees. Those trunks are gigantic. They must be really old. Also, I voted for your blog on the Top Garden Blogs. You deserve to win.

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  11. That was wonderful!!!!!
    Thank you for sharing those amazing tulips.

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  12. Mind-boggling, Tatyana! I did not know such things happen outside Holland. Years ago I saw the Floriade there... My favourite must be the white with variegated leaf... did you get a name? (Not that I can do much about it. Our springs are too warm too soon for tulips,and we have a basic pink, basic red and basic yellow available in this market, despite an excellent bulb company with strong Dutch links. I tried them once. Over and done in less than a week. Simply not worth it.) And so your show is a double joy! Thanks for posting. Jack

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  13. Wow. It's like a vole's paradise!
    Gorgeous!

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  14. Beautiful Tatyana, really gorgeous pics!! I love how you captured so many of the gardens and not just the fields. This is by far my fave garden to visit, we were there over the sunny weekend with what seemed like the rest of WA state ;) I'll be posting soon and I'd love to give this post a shout out, its always fun to see others perspectives on flower festivals. Wonderful post! Cheers Julia xx

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