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Skagit Valley Daffodils

Parent Category: Attractions
Created: 19 May 2016

Pictures below will take you on a virtual tour to the Skagit Valley when daffodils are blooming gorgeously!

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I’m 100% sure that you’ve heard of or seen the pictures from the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. Tulips are gorgeous there, farms in the Skagit County produce more tulip bulbs as well as daffodil and iris bulbs than any other region of the United States. More about Skagit Valley Tulip Festival you can read HERE

Spring is one of the most fabulous times to enjoy colorful fields: golden daffodils, bright tulips, purple iris and much more.

March is the month when tourists enjoy daffodils in bloom. La Conner Daffodil Festival gathers together lots of flower-lovers. Many fun events, exhibits and other gatherings take place in March during La Conner Daffodil Festival.

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This festival is not as popular as the tulip festival, but still its beauty is indescribable - golden fields against the background of Mt. Baker are fabulously beautiful!
By the way, RoozenGaarde, one of the display gardens, grows more than 450 acres of daffodils. Here you will find such varieties as Dutch Master, world’s most famous daffodil variety, Flower Carpet and Standard Value.

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Daffodil fields can be found throughout the valley between the towns of Mount Vernon and La Conner. Get into your car and drive along these lovely flowers, feel the aroma and enjoy the sweetness of the moment.

These fields of gold are a bright and joyful announcement of spring’s arrival! We’ve been waiting for these views during winter! Cold days have passed, let’s enjoy warm and shiny weather!

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Tulip Town

Address: 15002 Bradshaw Rd, Mt Vernon, WA 98273 *Open 9-5 through Tulip Bloom. $6/admission, 6 and under free

GPS coordinates Tulip Town: N 48 25.683 W 122 25.429


Address: 15867 Beaver Marsh Rd, Mt Vernon, WA 98273 *Open 9-6, $5.00 parking

GPS coordinates Roozangaarde: N 48 24.919 W 122 24.053

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GPS coordinates of the daffodil fields:

1/ GPS N 48 23.813 W 122 27.490

2/ N 48 23.102 W 122 25.485

3/ N 48 23.856 W 122 25.251

5/ N 48 23.876 W 122 24.227

6/ N 48 24.283 W 122 24.222

7/ N 48 24.489 W 122 23.875

9/ N 48 24.662 W 122 23.445

10/ N 48 25.479 W 122 23.919

11/ N 48 25.750 W 122 24.379

12/ N 48 26.134 W 122 24.202

14/ N 48 26.461 W 122 25.896

15/ N 48 26.082 W 122 26.504

16/ N 48 25.318 W 122 26.784

17/ N 48 25.194 W 122 28.079

18/ N 48 25.194 W 122 28.079

4K Video Daffodils Flowers Skagit Valley

If you plan coming here, use information from the frequently updated map below:

These pictures were taken on March 16, 2016


In order to get directions, click on the map below:

Photo: Roman Khomlyak

Photo Editing: Juliana Voitsikhovska

Information: Marina Petrova

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