Thousands of tulips got under snow on the biggest tulip farm in Moldova. In the middle of April tens thousands tulips started blooming and next day an anomalous April snow fell out. So tulips turned into snowdrops. Weird landscapes appeared of bright flowers and snow. People say that there is no reason to worry – these tulips can stand low temperatures – but only if they don’t last long.
Photos by Ciolac Elena
An unusual but lovely sight. 🙂 — Suzanne
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Stunning photos of tulips blooming in the snow. Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com
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Tulips are, like my favorite flower. I went to a tulip farm in Washington state and it was awesome.
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Wow! Beautiful pics!! 😀
Beautiful colorful pictures!💕