Keukenhof Gardens – Holland

21st Aug 2017

Keukenhof Gardens

The Keukenhof is the world’s largest bulb garden. It is seen by 800,000 people each year, but its beauty is something of an enigma, unfurling for just two months each year. Nature’s talents are combined with Dutch precision to create a garden where millions of tulips, daffodils and hyacinths bloom every year, perfectly in place.

With some 4.5 million tulips and 15 kilometers (9 miles) of footpaths, Keukenhof Gardens, stretch on and on and there are greenhouses full of more delicate varieties of flowers besides the ephemeral tulips. You’ll forgive the presence of thousands of other tourists – little can detract from the rainbow of natural beauty. Wandering about can easily take half a day. From the edges of the gardens, you can see the stark beauty of the commercial bulb fields stretching in all directions.

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