Wonder what the tulips look like in Holland? Explore springtime in Dutch tulip country with Sea Crow Press author Mary Petiet.
We spent Thursday tulip spotting in the Dutch countryside. There are many tulip fields between our house and the ocean, so we started on the North Sea.
It looked like this.
It’s been raining and cool forever, so the sunshine was tremendous. Also tremendous was the cafe on the beach where we stopped for a snack after the dog ran herself ragged. We hadn’t sat in a cafe since before last Thanksgiving, so it was a bit of moment.
Then we wended our way home through tulip country.
The landscape between the ocean and Amsterdam in the Netherlands transforms annually into a floral sea with miles of tulip technicolor. I have written about all things tulip here if you want the backstory to this unassuming bulb gone big-time.
We passed field after field of color, and I realized that this is the Dutch equivalent of New England leaf peeking when…
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