12 beautiful gardens in the Netherlands.
- Keukenhof located in Lisse, the most beautiful garden full of spring flowers in the world. See our website how to visit.
- Hortus Bulborum located in Limmen, a museum for flower bulbs. You can find tulip, daffodil and fritillary bulbs in bloom that date back centuries. Beautiful place for the people who love flower bulbs. Have a look at the CBS clip here.
- Palace Het Loo located in Apeldoorn is a beautiful botanical garden that belongs to the royal palace. Worth a visit!
- Japanese garden in the Hague, only open for a couple of weeks during springtime and a couple of weeks during autumn.
- Prinsenhof garden in Groningen a formal garden behind a formal province house (now a luxury hotel) lovely roses and have a look at the sundial at the end of the garden.
- Garden of Castle Arcen, has a beautiful rose garden. Every year the rose festival is held.
- Botanical Garden Leiden, is the oldest botanical garden in Holland and the place where the first tulip bulbs entered the Netherlands. It is full with rare plants and flowers.
- Botanical Garden Amsterdam is a very nice and well planned garden. Great variety of plants and eco-systems. Everything from tropical rain forrest to desert.
- Botanical Garden Utrecht, very well laid out garden with a wide range of plants, trees and shrubs.
- Orchid hoeve Luttelgeest, beautiful garden full with different orchids with a butterfly area.
- Arboretum Trompenburg located in Rotterdam this park is a must-see for people interested in special plants, especially cacti and trees and it has beautiful flowers and plants as well.
- Landgoed Clingendael in the Hague is a beautiful country estate and has gardens in English Landscape style. It’s a lovely place to wander around for a couple of hours or to have a picknick.
Source: Tulips in Holland
Photo credits: Tulips in Holland (header)
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Spring season 2022 is rapidly approaching! It looks like the Covid measures in the Netherlands will be reduced and that all spring activities can continue.
This means that we are all looking forward to visiting Keukenhof and Floriade in addition to the dozens of other activities around flowers.
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