Keukenhof: Holland in Bloom

Purple Hyacinths at the Keukenhof

  Keukenhof, Dutch for “kitchen garden”, is the world’s largest flower garden. With over 7 million flower bulbs planted in the 70-acre garden annually, it is easy to see why this massive park has been called the ‘Garden of Europe’. Opened in 1949, the grounds were designed by the same architects that designed the Vondelpark in Amsterdam. It was originally a hunting area that ... Read Full Article