North Okanagan tulip pageant able to bloom

North Okanagan tulip festival ready to bloom

Bloom Flower Festivals is happy to announce the return of the Bloom Tulip Competition for the second 12 months in Spallumcheen with an excellent bigger, extra vibrant springtime occasion set to blossom from Might 4-28.

Organizers are anticipating double the variety of rainbow-coloured tulips to bloom this 12 months with greater than 500,000 bulbs planted in a picturesque four-acre subject.

Guests will be capable of stroll by way of the attractive fields of tulips, take images, decide flowers, and benefit from the sights and sounds of this magical spring pageant.

“After internet hosting hundreds of individuals to the Abbotsford Tulip Competition over 4 years, we’re proud to deliver this occasion to the group of Spallumcheen and Armstrong,” mentioned Alexis Szarek, founding father of Bloom Flower Festivals. “The response final 12 months was wonderful and the suggestions has been that our pageant is a picture-perfect option to welcome the arrival of spring and to rejoice the surprise of this gorgeous season within the North Okanagan.”

Along with the attractive tulips on show, this 12 months’s pageant will even function a u-pick subject, flower stand, stay music, native meals vehicles and particular occasions together with Paint Nights within the Tulips with Monet meets Merlot (Might 5 and 12), Yoga within the Tulips with PV BLVD Espresso & Tanya Snow (Might 10 and 17), Locals Nights each Thursday after 3 p.m. for Armstrong, Spallumcheen, Falkland, Lumby, Enderby, Salmon Arm and Vernon residents, and Horse Drawn Okanagan carriage rides from the sector to the car parking zone on the weekends.

As well as, Bloom has partnered with Farmstrong Cidery and Wild Oak Café for bundle offers that embody admission to Bloom, u-pick flowers and food and drinks. Examine the web site for all occasion particulars and pricing at

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There were plenty of photo ops for 3-year-old Keziah Lewko as her family visited the inaugural Armstrong Tulip Festival May 20, 2022. (Brendan Shykora - Morning Star)

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