The traditional Tulip Festival started in Feldman Ecopark: the early cultivars from 120,000 flowers planted throughout the recreational zone of a Multi-Complex have already blossomed. The first tulips and narcissuses of the finest and fantastic shades are already waiting for the experts. The culmination of spring floristic fairy show is expected on May holidays.
According to Mykola Dvoretskiy, the landscape architect of Feldman Ecopark, every spring the mass blossoming of tulips and narcissuses comes gradually — everything depends on weather and plant varieties.
“We annually fill up a collection, plant new bulbs – this time we planted 57,000 flowers. We have more than 50 sorts of tulips for every taste: Lilyflowering, Peonyflowering, Fringed, Double. Coloration suits to every fency. Almost all varieties, including rare sorts, such as Orange Angelique, Golden Parade, Balerina and Barcelona are presented here.” — Mykola Dvoretskiy told. – All this beauty will smoothly blossom replacing each other – from Early to Late since the end of April prior to the beginning of June. If there is no cold snap or heavy rains. The maximum number of participants of the Tulip Festival will be for May 9. But already for Easter, on April 28 it will be possible to see about 20,000 great flowers”.
It should be noted that in the Middle East – the homeland of a tulip – this flower represented peace, tranquility, natural renovation and spiritual self-perfection. Tohe rganizers of the Tulip Festival want to share this mood with all guests to Feldman Ecopark.
It should be reminded that annually besides the spring Tulip Festival, the fall Chrysanthemum Ball takes place in the Social and Humanitarian Multi-Complex of Feldman Ecopark. This is the flower festival, largest in our country — it traditionally opens in the first October weekend and brings together a great number of guests from all Ukraine and the near abroad. Every time it breaks own records: in 2018 about 60 thousand people arrived to admire about 40,000 chrysanthemums of 25 sorts, which have been planted and exhibited here.