Dutch Farmers Are Writing Heartwarming Messages Of Hope In Their Blooming Tulip Fields

The Netherlands are known for their legendary tulip fields. Every year, tourists flock to the European country in plenty to revel in the bright and colorful tulip fields.
However, with the coronavirus pandemic causing travel plans to tumble this year, the fields have been left empty, prompting Dutch farmers to write optimistic messages of hope using the famed flowers.

Dutch Farmers Are Writing Positive Messages In Tulip Fields

The tulip tourism season in the Netherlands runs from late March to mid-May, with flowers typically reaching their peak in mid-April. As there’s nobody around to see them, the Dutch farmers decided to use their fields to write messages of hope to those sad about missing the flowers this year.
In a heartfelt post on social media, Dutch Daffodils, a Dutch family flower farm, shared a photo of their flowers spelling out the message of love and hope. Reminding visitors that they are always welcome to the fields, the farmers at Dutch Daffodils farm in Noordwijkerhout wrote “See you next year,” into a field of red and white tulips, with a giant heart.

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Due to Covid-19 travel plans has changed. Many of you were planning to travel to The Netherlands to see the flower fields in bloom. Unfortunately this isn’t possible this year. And many of you won’t see the flower field in full bloom. . This week the @dutchdaffodils and the Tulips in Holland family teamed up to create something for all people who suppose to travel to The Netherlands. You may miss The Netherlands, but we miss you too! . This Sunday we spend with our families in the flower field to create something special for you. We headed the tulips a bit earlier to write this message. From our families to yours! . We hope that this brighten your day a bit and we hope to see you next year! Much love! ❤️ . @dutchdaffodils & Tulips in Holland #travel digitally to the #tulipsinholland spring 2020 tulipsinholland.com

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As per the post, they had teamed up with Tulips in Holland, a travel blog dedicated to the tulips in the Netherlands, for this purpose. The post also mentioned that the heads of the flowers were recently removed to spell out the special message.

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Other Dutch Fields Have Also Spelled Out Messages Of Hope

Similarly, other tulip farmers in the country have also followed suit. In a massive field of orange, fuchsia and yellow blooms, Dutch farmers at Nursery S. Schouten in Bant wrote the message #StayStrong.

According to MSN, the farm endeavored to show support for the healthcare workers fighting COVID-19 on the front lines with this tribute.

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