After a virtual festival in 2020, the Tulip Festival will welcome visitors with some changes in 2021.
MT VERNON, Wash. — The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, which was virtual in 2020 because of the pandemic, began April 1 as is allowing visitors at limited capacity.
The valley has 350 acres of flowers. This includes 50 acres of fields and a 5-acre garden at Roozengaarde.
Brent Roozen with Roozengaarde said the garden alone has roughly 1 million flowers.
Roozgaarde said when it opens Thursday, the site will begin with 20% capacity, which is about 1,000 visitors at a time.
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