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Tulip Teaser (the final post)

A small portion of the 90,000 tulips on display during Tulip Time in Bowral

Yesterday I went to Bowral, a town about 120km southwest of Sydney, to see the spring tulips. Bowral is higher above sea level than Sydney, some 690 metres, so it’s colder and more suited to growing tulips. Each spring Bowral hosts Tulip Time, a dazzling display of 90,000 tulips planted in Corbett Gardens. It’s as well tulips have no scent, or the smell would be overpowering!

This will be my last post on Flowers by Kaz. I don’t really take enough — or post enough — photos of gardens and flowers to warrant a dedicated blog. The rest of the Bowral tulip photos will be on my Pics by Kaz blog. It’s an unfocused mish-mash of whatever photos take my fancy, including flowers and gardens. I hope that those of you who follow only my flower blog will join me on my general blog, too.

Thanks to you all for your follows and likes and comments!

3 thoughts on “Tulip Teaser (the final post)

    • They have a scent? I had no idea! Oh yes, I have dozens of tulip shots, will definitely post. 🙂 I think you would have enjoyed the gardens, though maybe not the masses of people. 😦 It was actually a bit too early, as the gardens also have many flowering trees such as cherry, and most were not blooming yet.
      I also have dozens of steam train photos plus videos. All around, it was a great day out. 🙂 🙂

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