Woodland Tulip Festival
Bloomin' Bottoms - By Sally Ousley
The Daily News - Longview, WA
WOODLAND -- Benno Dobbe, 53, remembers doing field work with horses on his father's farm in Holland. They pulled weeds and topped flowers by hand, spread straw over the bulbs as protection from the winter cold and shoveled the straw off the fields in the spring.
"When I was 15 years old, we got our first tractor," a 30-horsepower Massey-Ferguson...click here to read more.
By Gloria Loughry
© The Lewis River Review
Woodland, WA, USA
Woodland, WA will be "put on the map" for all the tulip-loving world to see when April 16, 2005 a new tulip—a deep red/pink beauty—will be presented to the world and christened "Woodland", after the city of Woodland during ceremonies slated for the second weekend in Woodland's Tulip Festival.
The adventure began in February 2004, when Mr. Dobbe was visiting the Nord Lommerse Flower Bulb Group Holland...click here to read more.