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When do tulips bloom in Holland?

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The blooming period for tulips in Holland begins in mid-March and lasts until the end of May, with a peak bloom period in mid-April. The weather in Holland during the spring is typically cool, and the moist nature of the soil makes it perfect for tulips to grow.

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As of 2014, most of the tulip farms in Holland are found in the province of Felvoland. The area where a majority of the tulips are found is called the Kop van Noord-Holland. This region is also known for being the largest area of continuous tulip bulb-growing in the entire country of The Netherlands.

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