Bloom Report


(update April 20th: estimated opening day April 27th - tickets go on sale as soon we know when we open)

Update 04-20-18: Finally sunny! But still windy and cold... we have 1 variety ready to be picked, but we do not open before +/- 30% is blooming,because we don’t want to disappoint you! Because of the cold weather it doesn’t look like we open by the 25th...  maybe the 27th or 28th.


Update 04-18-18: 99.9% of the flowers are NOT blooming yet. This picture is of a very early tulip which is blooming all by itself. :( We bummed up our opening day estimation to the 27th. It has been very cold  the last few days and the tulips progress slowly... So we all need to wait patiently 

Update 04-12-18: Our first blooming tulip!)

Update 04-10-18: Tulips are growing good. We are on schedule to open around April 25th!

Update 04-07-18: Without April snow storm New England will be sooo borring #tulipsdontmindalittlesnow



Update 04-03-18: We were on Chronicle Channel 5!  "Spring Flings: Tulips & Swan Boats" Our segment starts at 1 minute.

Update 04-02-18: The tulips look awesome! We still predict opening date around April 25th

Update 03-26-18: First real signs of spring! Blooming crocus and happy honey bees!


Update 03-24-18: 

Yay! the snow is melting and the tulips are looking good and growing fast!


Update 03-20-18: Finally our new website is live! Yay! Happy first day of spring! Tomorrow we are expecting another snowstorm.... The tulips are doing great and don't mind the snow. We estimate that our first tulips will start to bloom late April. Just FYI: We do not start to sell tickets until we know an exact opening date. 

Update 02-28-18: Our first tulips are up!


Update 2/12/18: Our family is blooming! :) Our first son is born on 2/12/18 - 

Kees Jan Koeman (Case Yahn Koomahn)  6 lbs 18 inches.  Born at home on February 12th with the loving support of midwife Paige Eastman Dickinson of 



Update 11-21-17: We are done planting! We planted over 600,000 bulbs!


 Update 06-05-17: We are digging all bulbs up every year. It takes +/- 4 weeks with +/- 10 employees. Lots of hard work, but worth it!

Update 06-05-17: we imported this beauty from Holland. It is a "Holder", a German made one cylinder diesel two wheel tractor from the 70's. We use this tractor to dig-up the bulbs, our workers pickup the bulbs by hand and place them in the crates.