The famous Tulip Garden in Srinagar opens to the public
The famous Tulip Garden in Srinagar opens to the public

Srinagar, March 23: On Saturday, the largest Tulip Garden in Asia, located in Kashmir, was formally opened to the public.

The administrators claim that 17 lakh blooms of various sorts would blossom in the garden this year, with five new flower species to be added.


A representative from the department of floriculture informed the Kashmir News Observer (KNO) that tourists would be able to see 1.7 million tulips in the garden this year due to the addition of five new flower varieties.

“Now is the time to officially open the tulip garden to the public.” Visitors from all over the country and the world come to the garden to appreciate the beauty of the tulips, he added.

The authorities said that the famous garden would be in full bloom in the next days, as residents and visitors crowded to get a peek of it on its opening day.

Many species of red, yellow, and pink early- and late-blooming tulip bulbs may be found in the charming garden, which is situated on the banks of the magnificent Dal Lake and in the foothills of the Zabarwan mountain range.

Notably, Divisional Commissioner (Div Com) Kashmir Vijay Kumar Bidhuri called a conference to discuss guest arrangements at Asia’s biggest Tulip Garden before to the garden’s debut this week.

Directors of the tourism department, Srinagar Smart City Limited, SSP Traffic Srinagar, Joint Commissioner SMC, and Director Floriculture attended the meeting.

The conference covered a wide variety of topics, including pothole repairs, online ticketing, traffic control, parking spaces, sanitation, cleaning drives, and the opening of the garden to the public.



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