U.S.A., Washington State.
USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5
I hope you don't mind I just could not resist the temptation,I shared the link on my facebook page to your blog page (tulips)Linda
Thank you Linda! I don't mind.
This sure gave me my tulip fix, gorgeous!Eileen
Eileen, I promised myself to take very few pictures, but I failed...
Gorgeous photos! I have a friend who is in Amsterdam right now, and I must say these photos are every bit as beautiful, if not more beautiful than there! The tree looks to me like a crabapple that has not fully bloomed out, but I could be wrong.
Dorothy, I wish I could see European tulip fields! Crabapple! Thanks!
Gorgeous photo's, for a minute there I thought some of those Tulips were black, but they are a deep purple. Amazing shots Tatyana, have a great day.
Karen, one of the dark varieties is 'Queen of the Night'. Thanks!
This is absolutely brilliant! Larry
Thank you so much Larry! They do such a wonderful job!
Wow, stunning! What an amazing display!
Would love to have you join Fishtail Cottage's garden party this Thursday! May 1st is the first party of the season! hope you see you! xoxo, tracie
I hope I can do that, Tracie!
Each photograph is more beautiful that the last.
Peter, thank you! It was cloudy, but we got lucky to catch some sun!
Beautiful, beautiful! I visited the Arboretum in Dallas, Texas at the end of March and saw their gorgeous displays of tulips. But I think this may outdo theirs--shh, don't tell anyone in Texas:) I love, love tulips, and your photos are fantastic, Tatyana. The tree is a flowering crabapple--the blooms look just like one we have. I don't know the name of the cultivar, but it has an interesting shape, and the full blooms are white, not pink.
Rose, it's a beautiful tree, isn't it? Thank you so much!
Those waves of tulips are just so gorgeous. So many lovely ones. I really like the pictures with the rustic rail fence behind them. Thanks for sharing Tatyana.
Lona, those are my favorite pictures too! Thank you!
After three years of having real trouble growing tulips in the garden and in containers, this amazes me even more now! Wow! Such difficult flowers and they grow and bloom so abundantly in the most amazing colours! I really love, love, love it! WA is a bit too far from here but I so hope I'll be able to visit Keukenhof and the surrounding fields in Holland once. Thank you so much for sharing this with us Tatyana.Marian
Holy cow!!! I'm wiping my chin from all the drooling!!!
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