Table Cape Tulip Farm - Tasmania
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The Table Cape Tulip Farm is home to Van Diemen Quality Bulbs. The Roberts-Thomson family knows a thing or two about tulips as they have been growing them for over 25 years atop the scenic Table Cape. As well as tulips they grow Dutch irises and liliums and some of the more usual farm produce. The visitor interpretation centre and shop are open all year on weekdays (closed weekends and public holidays). Normally entry is free but a fee is charged when the Tulip Farms Field Days are on to cover the extra costs involved in set-ups and activities. The indoor tulip displays at this time are just a delight. During the three weeks of the Tulip Farm Field Days you able to roam the rows of colour and enjoy the tulips in their prime. Don't forget your old shoes or boots and definitely do not forget the camera! A visit during flowering time really does gladden the heart and reinforces the magic of flowers. In the interpretation centre and shop you can get advice on how best to grow bulbs, pick up some fresh flowers, buy some pots, bulbs and gifts. You can also purchase refreshments and enjoy the art on display.
Tulip Farm Field Days for 2012 were: 26 Sept-19th Oct
Opening Hours during field days: daily 9am-4.30pm
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