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Jo’s Monday Walk: Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm

Here is my entry for Jo’s Monday Walk for this week.

These photos are a combination of a short walk and drive around the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm fields. I was so happy to be able to walk some of the fields again.

I of course have to start with a lone daffodil. Wooden Shoe has these huge tubs of daffodils and tulips. They sell the tubs with all the bulbs. During the festival they are all in bloom and have such gorgeous flowers.

This is overlooking a small portion of the tulips fields. It was a gorgeous day.

This is one of the roads on the property.

The next few photos are of some trees that were damaged during the recent ice storms. You can tell the broken branches because the wood is fresh and light in color.

This tree actually fell over from the weight of the ice. You can see they’ve cut and cleared all the branches and debris. Notice the moss and daffodils growing on what was the roots.

These junipers normally stand tall and straight. They took a lot of damage.

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Cee

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  1. Poor old trees had a rough ride, Cee! You must have been so happy to get out! Hopefully the tulips will be in bloom soon. That will be a fabulous sight 🙂 🙂 Thanks for sharing, hon!

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    • Oh Jo, it did feel so good to get out of the car and walk around a bit. The weather was perfect for an early spring day. The tulips should be blooming in about a month or so. 😀

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  2. Every time I hear you say you have been to the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm, I feel good inside!! Just the name of the place, Wooden Shoe, it makes me smile!!

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  3. Poor trees! I have some cut daffodils (very inexpensive but so cheerful) and one that’s a bulb in a glass vase, so you can see all the roots and then of course there are flowers on top. Thanks, Trader Jo’es!!

    janet

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  4. Great walk, Cee. I love that read barn in the top picture. It reminds me of the color of the classic red cars that I love. Nothing can rival the beauty of a tulip farm. I remember seeing some tulip farms in Washington a million years ago, maybe in Skagit County where my first husband’s family originally settled. The colors are brilliant.

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