Carrying on with where I left off, there is a pathway that curls around the far side of this first tulip bed, and allows for a view of the ribbon of tulips beyond it.
Here we have that ribbon, flowing between bushes on either side to the bed of tulips on the other side.
I came towards that set of tulip beds apart from the main path, with Dow's Lake in the background.
Beautiful tulips. Hope the trees turn green soon, too, and the sky´ll be a big blue! Here the bloom of the trees is already over.ReplyDelete
The tulips are so, so beautiful. Your place is blessed with these beautiful and colourful flowers.ReplyDelete
Good to see that there's a lot of people out enjoying the spectacle of so many flowers.ReplyDelete
Tulips ... never end story!ReplyDelete
As vermelhas e amarelas são lindas.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
and they still look fresh !ReplyDelete
Maybe you should send a couple of tulips to Jody and Jane - tough and independent!ReplyDelete
Crikey there are a lot of them. A river to tulips.ReplyDelete
...and indeed they do flow!ReplyDelete
so pretty. love the ones with yellow, dark or lighter yellow. so awesome!! ( ;ReplyDelete
Amazing views of thousands of tulips!ReplyDelete
I love the variety of colours. Wonder will there ever be blue ones?ReplyDelete
Hello, beautiful tulips. I love seeing so rows together and all the colors. Have a happy day!ReplyDelete
@Iris: some of the trees are now greening up. Others seem to take longer.ReplyDelete
@Nancy: it's a wonderful festival.
@John: tulips draw people out.
@Ella: that they are.
@Francisco: thank you.
@Gattina: they were just coming into their own. I photographed at a spot yesterday where the tulips were past their prime.
@Joan: a river indeed.
@Tom: they do!
@Beth: thank you.
@Marie: I've not seen blue ones. I've seen accompanying plants with a blue tone.
@Sandi: that they are.
@Eileen: thank you.
I am still enjoying seeing your tulips. Thanks for another day of them. :-)ReplyDelete
That's a great description...a ribbon of tulips. I love it and the way it pops in color between the dark green bushes. Thanks again for sharing your spring with us.ReplyDelete
What an amazing number of tulips! Wow!ReplyDelete
the orange and yellow tulips are very attractive.ReplyDelete
The red and yellow tulips are my preferred today.ReplyDelete
@DJan: you're welcome.ReplyDelete
@Barbara: I love that too.
@RedPat: there's no shortage of them.
@Red: that they are.
@Karl: they stand out.
Imagine planting all those bulbs 😱 Gorgeous they are 🌷ReplyDelete
Yellow with red, so nice!ReplyDelete
I knew I must be missing the beautiful tulips!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful tulips.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
It's a nice colourful river.ReplyDelete
@Grace: they are indeed.ReplyDelete
@Aritha: it's a good combination.
@Janey: and beautiful they are.
@Mari: thank you.
@Jan: that it is.
What great thought and planning went into the beautiful design !ReplyDelete
A ribbon for sure. Such grace.ReplyDelete
It must have been quite a challenge to try and photograph all these tulips, william.ReplyDelete
Seriously so so pretty! Thank you for all your nice comments William. Much appreciated! Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Lovely photos and soo pretty !ReplyDelete
Wow! So much beauty! Wonderful!ReplyDelete
I love those red ones edged in yellow. Well...actually...I love them all but those really stand out to me.ReplyDelete
Simply breathtaking those flowers. Thank you always for sharing to us all.ReplyDelete
Such a wonderful display of colour:)ReplyDelete
I love how they flow one into another. I'll be curious to see what goes there after the tulips have died out!ReplyDelete
Rivers of colours!ReplyDelete
@Anonymous: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Beatrice: it requires multiple visits.
@Country Gal: thank you.
@Lea: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Kay: me too.
@Carol: you're welcome.
@Jeanie: a variety of plants get put in for the summer and into fall.
@Klara: that they are.