Nothing says spring quite like a fresh bouquet of tulips. Holland America Farms is here to brighten up your home with locally-grown flowers available at its self-serve cooler.
Holland America Flower Gardens started when Benno and Klazina immigrated from Holland with their 3 children and some beloved tulip bulbs. The family settled in Woodland, Washington, and started their flower farm. Today, the farm has a beautiful free tulip field in the spring and a serve-serve tulip cooler.
Here’s how you can get your hands on a bouquet.
Visit the Self-Serve Tulip Cooler for $5 Bouquets
Take a drive short drive to Woodland, Washington, for an inexpensive bouquet of flowers. The flowers are packaged into bunches and come in a variety of colors.
When you pull into the parking lot, you’ll see the self-serve tulip cooler at the front of the building.
The cost is $5 per bouquet. There is a money slot next to the cooler where you can pay with cash or check.
Last spring, I picked some beautiful dark purple tulips from the cooler. They were just starting to open and were the centerpiece of my kitchen for a week. I had never paid only $5 for fresh, quality flowers.
The cooler is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Holland America Flower Gardens is located at 1066 S. Pekin Road in Woodland, Washington.
Starting April 22, stop by Lilac Days at Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens on your way to the tulip cooler.