The U-pick field will be open 7 days a week from April 25th-May 22nd. Check the bloom report to make sure the fields are in bloom before making the trip.
The Garden of Eve Organic Market and kids area including a pedal cart track and farm animals, will be open for your enjoyment. Enjoy a scrumptious and healthy organic lunch while your kids play and run off some energy! Then take home a beautiful bouquet of tulips to display at home.
This year's Organic Tulip Festival, the only one of its kind in the U.S. will feature 30,000 organic tulips to pick ($1/stem) or simply enjoy while picnicking with friends and family.
Photo-ops galore in our tulip field or in the special show garden designed by co-owner Keriann Koeman.
Tulip Talks and free tulip workshops with Dutch Tulip Man Jeroen Koeman. Hayrides, farm animals, pedal carts and a children's area will keep the little ones busy.
Peruse Arts and crafts from local vendors and enjoy a picnic lunch from The Garden of Eve Organic Market. Specials will include our famous tulip salad and the NEW BLTT-Bacon, Long-island Tulips (petals) and Tomato! Yes, tulip petals are edible and taste like sweet lettuce.
Festival Work Shops and Events
Tulip Talks and Koppie Doen: May 1st & 2nd/ Times TBD
Join the Tulip Man for a relaxed and informative talk about tulips, their history,tulip myths and why organic flowers can help save the world.
Bring your tulip gardening questions and enjoy a cup of coffee on us (while supplies last) and partake in a dutch Tradition "Koppie Doen" or Coffee Time. Dutch farmers take a break everyday with a cup of coffee,maybe even a cookie and good conversation.
1. How to Grow Hydroponic Tulips: May 1st & 2nd/ Times TBD
Now you can have beautiful tulips in February! Led by Tulip Man Jeroen Koeman, you will learn how to force and grow tulips hydroponically. All materials will be provided and you will be able to take home your own hydroponic tulip.
2. Create a healthy pollinator habitat in your own backyard or balcony: May 1st & 2nd/ Times TBD
Our pollinators and birds are in trouble and many are dying from pesticide exposure. Learn how you can hep support them by creating a healthy habitat no matter how big or small an area you have to work with.