Fancy a frolic this spring?
Oh spring, how we missed you. Polish off your vases Austin, for Texas Tulips in San Antonio has reopened for the season, allowing visitors to saunter through their gorgeous fields and take their pick of tulips! [Featured image: @http://jasminealley.com/]
Bring the bloom into your own home this spring beginning with a stroll through the florescent fields of tulips at Texas Tulips. Blossoming with over 100 varieties of tulips, including gorgeous Abbas, flamboyant Bright Parrots, serene Tom Pouces, and bright Yellow Pomponettes.
“Nothing feels quite like spring like fresh tulips—and they come in a wide variety of colors. Here are just some of the gorgeous tulip varieties we have available: Texas Gold, Texas Flame, American Dream, fringed, parrot, striped tulips—and that’s just the beginning.”
Texas Tulips is now open daily from 10 am to 8 pm from now until the end of March. Here visitors are welcome to fill their basket with the field’s bounteous supply of blooming tulips. Once the basket is filled to your heart’s content, they will wrap your tulips in pretty wrapping paper, while applying a special gel on the flowers’ stems to keep them fresh!
Once you’ve taken your flowers home, they recommend rinsing off the gel and placing the tulips in water encased in a vase, bucket, or whatever decorative container of your choosing!
General admission is $5 with discounts for veterans and seniors. Children a year old and under are permitted free entrance. Dogs are not allowed. Each tulip is $2.50. Baskets and concessions are available on site.
Even if you aren’t intent on creating a bouquet for your living room, the brilliant scenery at Texas Tulips at 15122 FM 775 in La Vernia is worthy enough of a visit!
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