Tulip beheader (Spring flowers ). Photo by zwitserw
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Tulip beheader

Uploaded by: zwitserw

Tuesday April 24, 2012

Noordwijk, Netherlands


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8. NDaisy
8:59 PM GMT on April 26, 2012
Hmmm, too bad someone doesn't get to make these beheaded tulips into bouquets and take them to hospitals and nursing homes and brighten their days. I love tulips... thanks for sharing your series of pics. I love the Mosaic of hyacinths, wow this would be a peice of work to put together. Take care all!
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7. nanapoo
7:01 PM GMT on April 26, 2012
Off with their heads!! I guess we shouldn't fret since the beautiful color would turn brown soon anyway!! Hope they get lots of new bulbs ! Thanks for sharing :)
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6. SVLover
6:29 PM GMT on April 26, 2012
I couldn't do that job. lol They are too beautiful to cut down. :)
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5. ichbinhier
6:23 PM GMT on April 26, 2012
Are the heads still fed to milk cows?

Your entire series is wonderful.
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4. StitcherGary
6:11 PM GMT on April 26, 2012
Is there any land in this country that doesn't have a flower growing??? I love flowers and these pictures amaze me... Just a sea of beautiful color...Thanks for giving us a glimpse of your area....
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3. zwitserw
1:06 PM GMT on April 25, 2012
Wanda1948: The breeding of new bulbs is done by the blooming tulip heads. The flower is then cut off from the stem, so that into the ground new bulbs can grow. The cut off flowers of the tulips be discarded and the new tulip bulbs are to be harvested in June
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2. Wanda1948
10:40 PM GMT on April 24, 2012
What's he doing with those flowers?
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1. catilac
10:07 PM GMT on April 24, 2012
Fantastic shot and very interesting!
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