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Washington Bulb/RoozenGaarde Gardens and Fields closed to the public as of March 21, 2020


March 21 2020

Dear Friends and Flower Fans.

Public health experts and Washington governor Jay Inslee have asked us all to do our part to help stop the spread of Coronavirus. Following these recommendations, we have made the difficult decision to close our display garden and flower fields to the public until further notice. This is not a decision that we made lightly and it will have tremendous immediate and long lasting impacts on our business, family, and local community. We ask that you do your part to help as well.

PLEASE STAY HOME AND STOP THE SPREAD!

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Our goal for the spring remains the same: to share the beauty of our blooms with everyone. Flower images, video content, learning opportunities and more will be shared on our Facebook page during this closure and through the spring. Thank you for your continued loyalty and understanding during these unprecedented times.

Whether this continues for a couple weeks or through the spring, we understand there will be frustration and disappointment from many who are left unable to see our beautiful tulips in bloom. We will be feeling crushed as well. The spring season represents 90 percent of our business. 10 months of planning, preparation, work and anticipation has already been put in by our family and staff.

We know our farm and flowers mean something special to so many we will do our very best to share as much as possible with you all to add a little beauty, brightness, and joy to your days.

Our primary concern is for the safely, health and well-being of our employees, visitors, and community. After that, we hope to make it to next spring to share our beauty with the entire Skagit Valley and beyond once again!