1,421 views, 15 favourites, 15 July 2016
The Flower Lane is one of the best loved features of the Keukenhof Gardens, the world’s largest and most beautiful spring park. It consists of a carpet of muscari or grape hyacinths, the colour of which is varied from year to year and is also planted with either tulips, daffodils or narcissi around the borders, and flanked by trees. I think that these might be beech trees, but am unsure of their identity. Thus the Flower Lane never looks the same two years running. Captured with my Canon PowerShot A3100 IS camera.
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