Natural Tulip flower farm in Netherlands
Tulip flower farm is a colorful flower colors like a rainbow, and swept the world with his phenomenon. At first glance, it looks like a giant child armed with crayons has been released on the landscape. Vivid purple line, yellow, red, pink, orange and green make a glorious Technicolor patchwork. But far from sketches of a child, this is, in fact, the northern Netherlands in the middle of the Tulip flower farm. With more than 10,000 acres is devoted to the cultivation of flowers, landscapes in the Netherlands may is a dizzy kaleidoscope of color as tulips burst into life. The bulbs are planted in late October and early November, and this colorful colors creation is now ready to be picked and sold as bunches of cut flowers in a flower shop and a supermarket. More than three billion Tulip flower farm grows each year and two-thirds of the bloom of life that is exported, primarily to the United States and Germany.
In March 2005, “Woodland” Tulip flower farm has been submitted to the world flower industry in Show Bulb Lentetuin in Breezand, Netherlands, during which Benno was born and raised. Her Royal Highness Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands performs the opening ceremony. During this time the most popular event-still unnamed-“Woodland” tulip receives a very high value. And on April 16, 2005-at the Tulip Festival Woodland-official baptism was held to the naming of the tulip “Woodland”. Those present were Mayor of Woodland, Doug Monge, Erik Lommerse from Netherlands, representing the Nord Group Flower Bulb Lommerse, Kees Prins from Washington, representing the brothers Jan and Wim, owner of part of the exclusive rights to the Tulip flower farm, and many visitors of the festival of the forest and the surrounding communities. The actual official naming by Benno Dobbe and baptism by Doug Monge is a popular radio station, Bicoastal Media LLC from Longview/Kelso. When there is missing flowers, the soil will be organized for the plants that are somewhat more common than vegetables. Netherlands produces more than nine million lamps per year.