There are small scale gardens, medium-sized gardens, huge gardens, and above all there is Keukenhof. The biggest ever bloom park on the planet, the Keukenhof gardens in Netherlands are something like you’ve never found in your life! Spread over a rambling 79 sections of land, and open every year from mid-March to mid-May, the Keukenhof bloom gardens are home to a stunning 7,000,000 flower bulbs, including 800 assortments of tulips that are planted yearly! 7,000,000 bulbs, that’s right. Simply unbelievable.
With a legion of endless flower fields, this is probably one of the few places on the planet where you will see so many colors at the same time! Allow yourself to be blown away by pink, purple, yellow and blue, which gush out of every lane and radiantly approach the horizon. With every step you take on these endless flower streets at Keukenhof, you breathe in part of the typical Netherlands. The sweet smelling aromas, the beautiful colors, the sea of flowers, the blooming tulips, the lush green – every possible element here has a bit of the Netherlands.
Located in Lisse, the Netherlands, the large Keukenhof garden was created in 1949 by the mayor of Lisse. The main idea behind the creation of such a park was to give producers from all over the Netherlands and Europe a chance to show off their hybrids.
In addition to the amazing flower exhibition, the Keukenhof Gardens also offer visitors the opportunity to stroll along kilometers of mystifying paths, to participate in a range of events, floral shows, exhibitions and much more again! As you stroll through the gardens, prepare to stumble across magical fountains, a huge wooden windmill, narrow canals that can be savored on a boat trip, parades of flowers and breathtaking scenery breath that directly resemble a painting by Van Gogh!
Interestingly, the Keukenhof Gardens offer a variety of garden styles and themes. For example, there is the Historical Garden, where you can see a number of old types of light bulbs. a lush natural garden in which there is a quiet water garden with shrubs, shrubs and onion plants; a magnificent, non-traditional Japanese garden; and a classic English landscaped garden with winding paths, among other things!