No winter lasts forever, and one beloved group is making sure Texans have something to look forward to with a tease at their blooming flowers. The seasonal attraction is expected to reopen at the end of next month, according to its website.
Texas-Tulips lays just north of Dallas and attracts many from across the state to pick their own flowers in a vibrant field. Thousands of tulips are expected to bloom around the end of February.
Texans will be able to return to the field for a $5 entrance fee and pick tulips for $2.50 a stem. Children 12 months and under have free entrance to the field. Professional photographers have a $25 entrance fee and do not need to make an appointment to begin their photo sessions.
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