There’ll be no Tulip Festival this year and you already know why! But that doesn’t prevent us from traveling back in time to last year’s festival in Washington’s Skagit Valley, where fortunately I took enough pictures at Roozengaarde to have plenty more to share with you!
The fertile Skagit Valley – roughly sixty miles north of Seattle – is home to the largest commercial flower bulb industry outside of Holland. In March the daffodils are on display while in April the tulips dazzle.
The North Cascade Mountains provide the perfect backdrop to the mass of color in the fields;
while the display gardens mix and match varieties and colors into wonderful works of art.
For more information on the Tulip Festival that wasn’t and to drop by on your device, click here!
Until next year!