Tulip Bulb Dig

Our Tulip season has ended and now we turn to digging all those bulbs out of the ground.

Our bulbs will be available for sale starting Saturday from 11-5. We will be open 7 days a week(11am-5pm) for bulbs until the end of may.

Tickets for the bulbs will be sold online to space out visitors. The bulbs will be dug and left in the field in the dirt for you to collect the varieties and colors you prefer.  The rows will be marked with stakes for identification.

The ticket price for bulbs will be $15.99 for a bucket(plus ticket convenience fees). Each bucket holds roughly 80 bulbs.

Tickets are per bucket not per person, there is no admission price for the bulb dig.  Please keep this in mind when purchasing tickets.

Wear comfortable shoes/clothes as you will be walking to the fields, we do have benches and tables for you located around the fields.  

Stay hydrated especially those traveling with little ones.  You can bring your own drinks and snacks with you, we do have water/soda available to purchase in our check out tent.

TICKETS

 

How Do I care for my new bulbs?

  • Clean off the soil and let the bulbs dry.
  • Store the bulbs in nets or paper bags. Keep in a cool dark place before replanting them in the fall.

Where to Plant Tulips

Tulips require full sun for the best display, which means at least 6 hours of bright, direct sunlight per day. They also prefer fast-draining soil and, consequently, make excellent additions to rock gardens.

When to Plant Tulips

Tulip bulbs should be planted in the fall. The soil needs to have cooled off from the summer growing season before you plant, We plant our bulbs around the first week of November based on weather.  Check the soil temperature with a soil thermometer and plant when the temperature is 60 degrees Fahrenheit at a depth of 6 inches.