When are the tulips in bloom in 2015?
Every year this is the most frequently asked question is: when are the tulips in bloom in 2015? Will the tulips bloom on the days you travel to see them. It is a difficult question because every year the tulips will be in bloom on a different moment. It all depends on the temperature and rain during winter and springtime.
A cold winter and springtime can cause a later blooming and warm weather cause the tulips to bloom earlier. To give the difference: beginning of April 2014 all the tulip fields were in bloom due to a warm winter and springtime. A year earlier in 2013 we had the tulips in the fields at the first week of May 2013. A difference of 4 weeks and that is a lot. Tulips are generally in bloom for three-week window.
Based on the last 10 years, the best time for visiting the tulip fields is the last 2 weeks of April. See here for all travel tips to the tulip fields
Will 2015 be a early, normal or late springtime is hard to say. From the beginning of March we will have the weekly flower updates to provide you information about the blooming status of the spring flowers. The blooming normally starts with the crocus at the beginning of March, followed by the bright yellow of the Daffodils. Later on the hyacinths get in bloom and at last the tulips. It is a lovely sight to see and many people have seeing the fields full with flowers on their bucket list.
If you can’t wait till the beginning of March please have a look at the weather site weeronline.nl for an accurate view of the weather in the Netherlands. And sign up for our weekly newsletter to stay up to date with the last blooming statuses. Sign up here.
Tulips in Holland gives you information about the spring flowers and flower fields in the Netherlands. If you are interested to see what the current blooming status is have a look here for the weekly flower updates.
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