10–12 May Tulips and other spring bulbous flowers
Colorful bulbous flowers are the first to burst into bloom after the long winter. May is the peak of their blossom season. Early tulips as well as numerous daffodil and hyacinth varieties flower before Mother’s Day.
One of the things you can learn at this exhibition is what their mysterious wild ancestors were.
The collection of the botanic garden contains various fritillaries, grass lilies, dog-tooth violets, grape hyacinths, anemones and other bulbous flowers.
You will be able to learn about the allied species of the liverleaf, which species of Allium open their buds the earliest, and many more interesting facts.