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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Tulip Festival-2013 in Skagit Valley, Washington State


Yes, it's that time of the year again when tulips and daffodils are blooming
 in the Skagit Valley of Washington state. 
If you haven't been there yet and live close by, then don't wait! 
As always, we enjoyed the vibrant fields and also visited the wonderful RoozenGaarde display garden. 
The Roozen family business is the largest in the world in growing tulips, irises and daffodils.
I wrote about this festival in my previous posts in 2009, 2011 and 2012 (the list of posts is at the very end), and today I offer just pictures. Enjoy!


























See the next 26 pictures




























Last year pictures are here:

Visit the Tulip Festival WEBSITE.
***Copyright 2013 TatyanaS

30 comments:

  1. Sorry, CyberKID, your comment was deleted accidentally. Thank you for your kind words. I'm glad you liked the flowers and pictures!

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  2. If I didn't know, I would think those pictures were taken in Keukenhof in Holland! Stunning! Lucky you to be able to visit such a beautiful place!

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  3. Wow - this is really beautiful - so much color! I would love to be able to see this in person.

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  4. Marvelous! Thank you for showing so many beautiful shots.

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  5. Just GORGEOUS!!! I remember your post from last year about these gardens and fields.
    Keep posting about it, I love it!
    Marian

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  6. Loved seeing these photos of the glorious tulips, daffodils, azaleas, etc! Wonderful.

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  7. Wow! Amazing colors and flowers are gorgeous ~ for Rurality ~ ^_^

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  8. Wow, Gorgeous! Every picture is just so beautiful!
    betsy

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  9. Oh how gorgeous Tatyana! I would love to see those fields one day. Thanks for sharing the beauty. Just Marvelous!

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  10. Beautiful flowers, beautiful colours:) I am greeting

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  11. Stunning pictures as always, Tatyana! What a wonderful festival, I visited one time many years ago and loved it. Thank you for reminding us that this treasure is so close.

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  12. Some day I will get my act together and go to this festival. But our pictures are truly almost as good as being there. Such bright beautiful flowers.

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  13. Lovely all those tulipfields in full bloom and I even saw a mill.... Do you know that in our country the tulips normally are in full bloom at this time but this year not yet. We had an extremely long winter, not normal for Holland this year, so we have still to wait for another couple of weeks to see the tulipfields. Coming weekend there are tulip and hyacinth festivals planned, but they have to import flowers from France.......

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  14. Oh, Tatanya! How awe-inspiring that would be to see. Thanks for the photo tour.

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  15. so much colour in one post, let alone one place! wonderful!<3

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  16. It's interesting. Even though I love color in general and the tulips are all gorgeous, I still love the pink ones the most. Thank you for sharing, Tatyana. Love, love, love!

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  17. Oh my Gosh! Amazing. Thank you for sharing!

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  18. Oh, stupendous! I really love the ones where they have mixed the tulips with the muscari.

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  19. AWESOME!! Thanks for these pics! Have a nice weekend! :)

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  20. I feel like I'm browsing through a bulb catalogue! Absolutely stunning.

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  21. Beautiful shots Tatyana, I love tulips in all their amazing colours.

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  22. Thank you everyone for your comments!!!

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  23. I look forward every year to your pictures from this wonderful festival!

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  24. So fun to enjoy the tulips through your lens, T! Cheers, Jenni

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  25. Thank you Tantyana for the joy and pleasure as ever Wow the tulips are stunning .

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  26. I have a good memory of visiting the festival with my family when I was a teenager, though I would surely appreciate it more now. How helpful in planning your spring bulb garden to see so many types in bloom!

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  27. Those are brilliant pictures. Looks like a great festival.

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  28. Oh my goodness, Tatyana--absolutely stunning! I visited a bulb festival at the Dallas Arboretum a few weeks ago, which was took my breath away, too. But I've never seen fields of tulips like these--gorgeous!

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  29. Thank you, my gardening friends!

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  30. This picture display really makes one crave tulips! Whoa. One of my favorite pictures is with the split rail fence and the mountains in the background. What a gorgeous event.

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