The Tulip Foundation of Skagit Valley has developed these durable, reuseable bags with a tulip motif design and lots of room for carrying that extra jacket when you journey to see the tulips.
Cold temperatures are keeping the tulips moving along slowly. Check the Bloom Information button for frequent updates.Update Snow and cold in February mean that the tulips are SLOWLY growing. We will have tulips blooming in April!
Artist Jody Bergsma offering bonus images for sale with Tulip Festival
The two fifth graders competed against about 40 other children from around Skagit Valley to become our 2019 Ambassadors.
As the festival nears, we like to make sure we thank the many people who make the festival happen -- from community groups to our government officials.
Millions of flowers will be blooming in just a couple of months! You will be able to take beautiful shots like this one from 2018!
A boy and a girl from Skagit County's fourth and fifth grade students will be named our 2019 KeyBank Tulip Ambassadors on February 6
Tulip Fans will love getting a piece of our official Tulip Merchandise. Our office/store is open 10 am to 4 pm daily. Come and check it out!
Our group of key volunteers staff our office, help run the annual Washington Federal Tulip Parade, make sure poster and brochures are delivered -- the list is long on the tasks they do.
Tulip Fans from around the valley enjoyed the unveiling of Ben Mann's artwork which graces the 2019 official Festival Poster.
You can enter to win two tickets to the game on November 17 at Husky stadium in Seattle by going to the Mount Vernon Branch of Opus Bank at 528 East College Way.
Be among the first to see the 2019 Tulip Festival poster, merchandise and official product. Event is free with an invitation (get one at Skagit County Heritage Bank branches).
Full and mini 2018 posters are on sale now!
Now is the time to think spring! Tulip and daffodil bulbs (plus many other bulbs) are planted in the fall for blooms in the spring. At a bit of Skagit Valley to your garden by getting some bulbs planted. It is easy!
Sponsors supporting the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival allow us to put on the festival each year. We rely on the financial support from nearly 200 sponsors throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Governor Jay Inslee appointed 9 individuals from diverse locations and backgrounds to this newly formed board which is tasked with overseeing a fund for tourism promotion.
Well known for his bright, cheerful style, we welcome Ben Mann as our 2019 poster artist.
We need some info from you, our tulip fans. The info on the survey will help us with fundraising efforts in 2019.
We thought it would be fun to share a few facts straight from the grower