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

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Tulip Festival - 2014. Just Pictures

Scagit Valley Tulip Festival in Washington state is coming to the end.

Most of the pictures were taken in the fantastic 3 1/2 acre display garden 
created by RoozenGarde tulip growers. Over 1/4 million bulbs is planted there!
We visit the display garden every year, and its design is never the same.

I hope you enjoyed!
This was the first batch of pictures.
The previous tulip posts can be found using 'Search This Blog' tool on the top of the blog.
To be continued.

***Copyright 2014 TatyanaS


  1. What a display of colours in tulips and other springbulbs like grape hyacinths. Love love love it! I remember your pictures from last year. Just gorgeous again! Can't wait to see more ;)

  2. This is a flower rainbow. Thank you for showing us.

  3. So many beautiful tulips, lovely shots.

  4. Linda C SeattleApril 27, 2014

    Thank you!
    There isn't words to express how beautiful they are.


  5. Gah! I'm on beauty overload! I think I would absolutely swoon from it all! Beautiful....

  6. Wow, that would be a sight to see! Interesting how they deadhead the Tulips, as shown in the first photo. They still look beautiful with the petals alongside the rows!

  7. I've only been to the festival once, years ago with my mother when she was still alive. Each year when you post these gorgeous pictures, I vow to go up north to once again see the beautiful show but April gets horribly busy and we don't go. Thank you for taking us there via your blog so that we can see it without the drive!

  8. They say,a picture says a thousand words, but here, your pictures say a million words. Thanks for sharing the colours, nature has to offer us!

  9. No words needed! Your images are truly breathtaking. I love tulips, but sadly most don't do well here and must be treated as annuals.

  10. Wow, I don't think I have seen so many tulips on pictures together than on your blogpost, really stunning.

  11. WOW so so beautiful Tatyana


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