If you live in Michigan, you know that there’s something truly mesmerizing about the blooming flowers that call our state home each spring. One of our most famous celebrations of this floral beauty happens each May at an adorable tulip field in Michigan, Veldheer’s Tulip Garden. This Holland gem offers unparalleled access to these gorgeous flowers, and their annual Tulip Time event is a must-visit festival in Michigan.
You’ll find Veldheer Tulip Gardens up in Holland, an adorable little local best-known as Michigan’s “Tulip City.”
As soon as you arrive, you’ll be amazed by the splendor that surrounds you.
With approximately six million tulips to peruse, the array of flowers at Veldheer’s truly feels endless.
Tulips begin to bloom during the last week of April and typically reach peak color around mid-May.
Tulip Time typically happens in early May, and is truly something you must experience.
The gardens themselves were originally established in 1950 by Holland resident Vern Veldheer.
As if the abundance of tulips weren’t enough, you’ll also find thousands of colorful crocuses, daffodils, and hyacinths to admire among the gardens. What’s not to love?
During your visit, you can even place an order for your very own tulip bulbs.
Whether you’re a longtime tulip enthusiast or a first-time visitor, you’re sure to be blown away by the beauty of this seemingly endless tulip field in Michigan.
Tulip Time at Veldheer Tulip Gardens usually takes place in early May. For more information, visit their website! Have you explored this magical tulip field in Michigan in years past? Share your photos and experiences with us in the comment section below!
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