7 Amazing Tulip Fields of the Crimea

Amazing Tulip Fields of the Crimea

Posted on May 16, 2011 by kulichik

Though tulips are believed to be national flowers of the Netherlands, the vastest field of tulips in Europe and perhaps in the world is found on the territory of the Crimea.

The Ukrainian tulip growth factor exceeds the Dutch one and accounts 100 bulbs against 65, respectively.

Look at the separately growing single tulip. The flowers which are small wonders of nature make us feel the breath of spring.

Location: Crimea, Ukraine

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7 Responses to “Amazing Tulip Fields of the Crimea”

  1. OLUT says:

    Gorgeous. Years and years ago, Holland’s economy went a bit crazy… people would trade a nice home for ONE tulip bulb that yielded the most beautiful blooms. Pretty, but I’d rather have a whole house with uglier flowers. :)

  2. Harry Balzik says:

    Hello friends.

  3. testicules says:


  4. Rembo says:

    Where is the wide angle shot showing all the fields?

  5. moo says:

    Wow all i can say is $$$$ look at that money grow!

  6. Musa says:


  7. alessio says:

    Crimea is blooming nicely :)

    I know some Italians cultivating whine over there I drunk it and it was good!

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