From the end of March through early May, Mother Nature delights the world with a blooming explosion of color. You’ll know it’s tulip season when you see green fields turn into rows of bright pink, yellow, red and purple petals. Tourists travel far and wide to experience the brilliant display in places like Holland and Washington State.
If you can’t make it to Keukenhof this year to see the 7 million bulbs in bloom, we have the next best thing. Our photographic collection showcases the beauty of the tulip from all corners of the globe. Peruse the images of colorful flower fields, take a closer look at the macro shots of a single bud, and enjoy the artistic qualities of this magnificent flower.
“Orange and Blue Tulip” by Franck Minez
“Tis Tender Tulip Thursday” by Harold Lloyd
“Serpent Garden” by Agustin Rafael Reyes
“Sprung” by Robert S. Donovan
“Tulip Duet” by MCLC Books
“Ensemble Pres de la Seine” by Julie Kertesz
“Sunny Tulips” by Plamen Stoeve
“Strawberry?” by Papadont
“Tulips in April” by Andreas Helke
“Sea of Yellow” by Perry McKenna
“Untitled” by Louise Leclerc
“Sweet Dreams” by Horizontal Integration
“Tulipa Flambae” by John
“Same Fence, Different Tulips” by Clint Mickel
“Colors and Petals to Be” by Yannis
“Multi-Colored” by Matt Shalvatis
“Tulip Schmulip” by Bada Bing
“Backyard Tulip Glow” by George Thomas
“Tulips” by Ann Gordon
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