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Taking time for tulips at Holland America Flower Gardens

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Rows of tulips pictured on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at the Holland America Flower Gardens in Woodland. Dozens of people, including families, cyclists and Clark County residents roamed the grounds throughout the day. The Gardens include a show field, where tulips are observed and untouched, and a u-pick field where guests cut their own flowers for 50 cents each. The Gardens opened March 29 and run through Mother’s Day on May 9.
Rows of tulips pictured on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at the Holland America Flower Gardens in Woodland. Dozens of people, including families, cyclists and Clark County residents roamed the grounds throughout the day. The Gardens include a show field, where tulips are observed and untouched, and a u-pick field where guests cut their own flowers for 50 cents each. The Gardens opened March 29 and run through Mother’s Day on May 9. (Joshua Hart/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Acres of tulips are blooming at Holland America Flower Gardens at 1066 S. Pekin Road, south of Woodland. Visitors can enjoy the display garden, or pick their own flowers in an adjoining tulip patch at a cost of 50 cents per stem. The gardens opened for the season last week and will close on Mother’s Day, May 9.

Tuesday was a perfect day to visit for McKenzie Grauer, 2, above, who ran through the tulips as her mother, Brandie Grauer, followed. Generations of locals have visited the farm since it was established in 1980 by Dutch immigrants Benno and Klazina Dobbe.

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