8 New gardens at Keukenhof 2015
This year there are eight new inspiration gardens at Keukenhof.
- Selfie garden. Inspired by the many self portraits of Vincent van Gogh you can make your own self portrait at the selfie garden at Keukenhof. There are many different mirrors available and there are frames for individual and group portraits. All in a bright yellow color for lovely springtime photos
- Close to the Selfie garden you can find the new greenhouse with the herb garden. How about a cup of mint tea with carrot cake while you are looking over the flower fields? There are lots of herbs combined with spring flowers in the garden and pots around the greenhouse. A lovely place to relax.
- In the amsterdam canal garden you can see how to garden at small balconies and pots. The canal houses don’t have a lot of space to garden and you will find lots of nice ideas for small balconies and urban gardens. And you can sit into a canal bike for a great photo opportunity with the windmill behind the bike.
- Rob’s garden is one of the biggest inspiration garden at Keukenhof. Rob is a TV Gardener in the Netherlands and this garden will feature in one of the shows. It has a large rectangular pond and lots of color.
- Insect garden. Insects are so important for live in earth that we have to nurture them. Bees, butterflies and other insects will love this colorful garden.
- The romantic garden is a bit hidden around the picknick area in front of the windmill. You soft pastel colors and a fairy gazebo next to a large red heart where you can leave your love lock to remember your visit at Keukenhof.
- Innovation garden is the nursery of new and upcoming bulb flowers. You can see the cribs with the new species and they will grow in the next year to flowers you will find in the shops back home. These bulb flowers are the result of a long cultivation proces.
- Outlet garden. Furniture and accessories are given a second life in this garden. Creativity is the keyword. How about a chair for your tulips?
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