On our way back home from Denmark in April, we stopped off to visit Kuekenhof Gardens in Holland. Kuekenhof is open to the public for 8-weeks every spring. The gardens are an open-air display for Holland’s best bulb producers, who spend most of the year when the park is closed to the public refining their bulbs and tending their allotted spaces. It’s one of the most beautiful gardens that I’ve seen. Colourful and scented like heaven. Here are a few photos that I took during that visit.
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Seriously loving it!!!! Lotsss of color and beautiful flower
Thank you! Glad that you enjoyed it.
Stunning! There is so much natural beauty in the world!
Hi Lisa, yes, it’s a stunningly colourful place!
It looks like a stunning garden to visit – so much to take in, and I can see some lovely quiet walks and areas there, just perfect for me to sit and relax in the sun 🙂 A beautiful display and set of photos
I’m glad that you enjoyed it, Claire. It was an amazing place. Part of a deal with Stena Line, so we figured why not! I’m so glad that we saw it.
Oh Misky, your pictures are just beautiful! Are those yellow hyacinths, with the daisies and daffodils?
Yes, they are. Pretty,eh?
Wow! It looks stunning! I’ve never had much luck with tulips but this is very inspiring. Fantastic photos as well!
Perhaps you’ll try your hand at them by planting some bulbs this autumn? 😀
Gorgeous and Divine captures — on my bucket list to visit during tulip time!! 😀
Thank you for sharing!!
My pleasure, Becca!
I’m catching up with all the posts I seem to have missed. I’m reflowing…there must have been a glitch. The kuekenhof garden is gorgeous.
I highly recommend it, Karen, if you’re in Holland at that time of the year.