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Still in Lockdown? Have your own Keukenhof tulip garden!

Last year, during the pandemic, the famous Keukenhof tulip gardens in the Netherlands couldn't open its doors. Those poor tulips, hyacinths and daffodils were gorgeous, but unfortunately they had no audience to shine. Now, early March 2021, the Netherlands are still in lockdown and we're not sure yet if the Keukenhof will open for the public, starting March 20. Six million bulbs were planted in Fall, but maybe nobody will see them again, so sad! Oh well, you can probably not travel yet...

Why not have your own Keukenhof garden at home? You can order your single, double and fringed tulips, daffodills, hyacinths, amaryllis and fritillaria's from Queen Flower Bulbs directly, via qfbgardening.com

Can’t choose? They also offer small and XL packages with a mixed selection of bulbs from the best local growers in the Keukenhof area.

The company, situated in the heart of the flower bulb area Bollenstreek, started in 1926 and has a leading position in selling and delivering the best quality bulbs in Europe, the US and Canada. Payment is simple and safe, the bulbs are carefully packed, using recycled cardboard and plastic, your order will arrive in October, you can plant the bulbs in November following the easy instructions (most bulbs are already happy when they are just tossed in!) and in Spring you can enjoy your own Keukenhof garden. And the smells, oh my! Queen Flower Bulbs offers a 100% flowering guarantee!

If you add my name and guide number to your order, you will receive a free gift: Walda Bosman 166.

Any questions? Feel free to contact me or Queen Flower Bulbs directly. And when you’re ready to travel again, let’s do a private guided tour in the Keukenhof with skip the line tickets together! I’m an official guide at Keukenhof and art historian; lots to tell you about the history of the tulip, the tulpomania, Claude Monet's visit to the tulip fields and the history of garden architecture in the Netherlands.

Enjoy!