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On 20 March 2015, Keukenhof will be opening its gates for the 66th time. When it closes eight weeks later, some 800,000 visitors from across the world will have visited the international flower exhibition.

Schloss Ippenburg
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greenduck

Four days Festival - from 03. to 06. July 2014 Ippenburg Castle opens its doors for the festival "Garden Joy and Country Pleasures". The Highlights: Rosarium 2000+ and Kitchen Garden XXL - With 150 Exhibitors.

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The tulip is the distinctive icon of the Netherlands throughout the world. And as the Keukenhof’s theme this year is Holland, it can do no other than give the tulip centre stage. With millions of tulips blooming in the park and more than a hundred thousand tulips in the Willem-Alexander pavilion, Keukenhof is the place to see tulips. Other reasons that make Keukenhof the place to learn everything about the tulip include the renewed historic tulip garden as well as exhibitions about the history of the tulip, 17th Century tulip mania, tulip myths and modern tulip cultivation.

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Discover and Be Inspired. Thousands of visitors come every year to the Netherlands to visit a true park of ideas: “De Tuinen van Appeltern” – The Gardens of Appeltern with over 200 display gardens on 23 hectares. The season in Appeltern begins on March 1st and lasts until the end of November, so visitors can experience the gardens nearly year-round with all senses.

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Greenduck shows you the world of flowers and plants from the perspective of professionals: Want to know what retail garden centers liked at the 2014 Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition?

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Greenduck shows you the world of flowers and plants from the perspective of professionals: Chris Beytes, editor of GrowerTalks/Green Profit invites you to an itinerary on IPM 2014, the biggest horticultural trade show on the planet.

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