Bulbs are self-contained little packages of power that will reward the grower with years of floral satisfaction!
The United States has long been the biggest customer of flower bulbs from the Netherlands, over half of the exported flower bulbs are tulips; followed by gladioli, daffodils and hyacinths – accounting for almost 4,500 TEUs of flower bulb imports into the U.S. The Netherlands remains the center of production for the European floral market, as well as a major international supplier to other continents. The official start of tulip season in Amsterdam is January, running until the end of April. The Netherlands has the largest production area with 10,800 hectares, accounting for the many thousands of tulip variants in every color, which find their way into vases around the world.
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