Holland’s Largest “Flower Stream” Garden Bursts With 7 Million Colorful Blooms

Each year when spring arrives, one of the world’s largest flower gardens opens its doors to visitors, allowing millions to soak in its beauty. Stretching over 79 acres, the Keukenhof is a spectacular garden located in South Holland. About 7 million bulbs are planted here each year, showing off the best Dutch flower producers.

Holland’s beloved tulips are well represented with over 800 varieties on display, but there are also hyacinth and narcissus, among other bulbous flowers, all arranged in neat, colorful rivers. Over 100 royal suppliers participate annually, each bringing their best bulbs to be planted. This makes Keukenhof not only a stunning photo opportunity but a site where it’s possible to discover Holland’s incredible flower industry…[READ MORE]

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