Amsterdam is famous for it’s tulip flowers but of course the flowers don’t grow in the city centre of Amsterdam. The flower farms are located in the countryside nearby Amsterdam. You will find them in on the south-west of Amsterdam and in the North of Amsterdam.
There are two kinds of flower farms in the Netherlands. A farm can grow flower bulbs or just the flowers. The first sells the flower bulbs all over the world for gardeners who love to plant flower bulbs and enjoy a colorful garden in spring. The second sells the flowers that can be found in flower shops all over the world.
The flower fields you can enjoy in spring are mostly from flower farmers that grow flower bulbs. The flowers are not going to a flower shop at all. That’s why you can enjoy the colorful flowers a lot longer on the flower fields. The farmers that grow flowers are mostly located in big greenhouses where the flowers are not visible from the outside. In the greenhouses they can grow tulips and other flowers all year long. So they don’t depend on weather conditions in winter and spring.
Most of the flower bulbs farmers are located nearby Amsterdam. The greenhouses are also located in other parts of the Netherlands.
Below we will list some flower farmers. You can visit some of them or order there products on there webshops.
Tulip Farm De Tulperij in Voorhout
Just 10 minutes from Keukenhof Gardens
This flower farm is a surprising and inspiring location near Keukenhof. In spring you can get a guided tour through the tulip fields of the farm and enjoy the nice flower greenhouse. The farm has also opening hours in the July, August, September and October. You can see how the bulbs are getting ready for export and you can buy the fresh flower bulbs yourself.
Guided Tour at the Tulip Farm
Do you want to hear the story of the tulip bulb growing proces from a real farmer? Than book a tour from Amsterdam with Tours & Tickets. The Tour is including a luxe bustransfer from Amsterdam to the tulip farm. You will get a great guided tour at the tulip farm and after that you will going to visit Keukenhof Gardens.
Cycle to De Tulperij from Keukenhof
If you are not into a tour you can rent a bike at Keukenhof and take Keukenhof route 4 (Purple). You will pass De Tulperij signs halfway the route.
Address De Tulperij
- Tulip Farm De Tulperij
- Oude Herenweg 16B – 2215 RZ Voorhout
- +31 6 – 42233291 (Anja)
Kwekerij Siem Munster
(45 minutes drive from Amsterdam) – This farm grows bulbs and flowers and is located in the North Amsterdam. Because this farm has a greenhouse it gives tours from December till the end of May. It’s amazing to see the tulips grow in the greenhouse during winter.
- Wierweg 7 – 1774 NH Slootdorp
- +31 6- 54325008
Annemieke’s Picking Garden in Hillegom
(30 minutes drive from Amsterdam) – Great farm for picking Spring and Summer flowers this farm is open during Keukenhof every day and from July until September on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
- Haarlemmerstraat 15a – 2182 HA Hillegom
- +31 6 – 53839979 (Annemieke)
Floratuin in Julianadorp
(70 minutes drive from Amsterdam) – Between the blossoming bulbflower fields of the two country-towns Anna Paulowna and Julianadorp, you’ll find “Floratuin Julianadorp”. In this magnificient floral garden of a 7000 m2 is a large assortment of exclusive and a new variety of blossoming bulbflowers on show. Floratuin is open all year and in the summer there are summer flowers
- Rijksweg 85 Julianadorp
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