To see their beautiful, large, multi-color field of tulips is a very eye pleasing experience.
(might have bring jackets and boots because spring in the region might still be cold or wet.)
If the weather is sunny and warm, the pictures would turn out like fantasy painting.
There are two big vendors in the Washington State, one is Roozengaarde and one is Tulip Town.
We went to Roozengaarde last year, so this year, we decided to go to Tulip Town.
(They actually take Canadian cash because I did not carry American cash on me.)
Unlike Roozengaarde, Tulip Town has a small indoor section, so if you are cold outside, you can always go have coffee and eat and go to the gift shop indoor. Also, they have an indoor tulip section with tulip painting.
|tulip and tulip boat|
|tulip and painting|
I also like some of the names they gave to the flowers. Some are named "Ninja" and "Seattle" and "Nightingale".
I also like their gift shop section. There is a section for seeds and a section for plates.
There is also a section for Japanese "Koinobori" and all kinds of kites.
Actually, you can see kites flying in the field. Other shops around the town also sells Japanese "Koinobori".
I guess there are lots of Japanese immigrants and visitors in the area.
Koinomori is a kind of Japanese kite decorated outside the house during May to celebrate "Kids Day" in Japan. (shaped like a carp)
|Amercian flag Koinobori kite|