Spring Arrives in the Skagit Valley

Daffodils blooming on a Washington Bulb Company farm in the Skagit Valley, Washington

Daffodils blooming on a Washington Bulb Company farm in the Skagit Valley, Washington

Spring has sprung in the Skagit Valley with these yellow trumpet dutch master daffodils heralding the changing of the seasons.  Follow the bloom progression from daffodils, through tulips and finally to irises on Roozengaarde’s bloom map.

My advice for enjoying the annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival without the crowds:  visit on a weekday or arrive before sunrise and be out of there by 10:00 am.

Barn and daffodils blooming on a Skagit Valley farm opperated by the Washington Bulb Company

Barn and daffodils blooming on a Skagit Valley farm operated by the Washington Bulb Company

Dutch master daffodils bloom below a quiet sunset, Skagit Valley, Washington

Dutch master daffodils bloom below a quiet sunset, Skagit Valley, Washington

One Response to “Spring Arrives in the Skagit Valley”

  1. Anna Rientjes says:

    Absolutely beautiful, Brad!

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