The Royal Botanical Garden hosts a historical-artistic exhibition of tulips that you can see until May 20.
The Royal Botanical Garden has planted 20,000 tulips, especially in the Terrace of the Paintings, at the entrance of the enclosure. It is about the flower of those that have grown the most varieties of the Garden with almost forty. Golden Emperor, Orange Brilliant, Blue Aimable, Red Georgette, Margarita, Golden Apeldoorn, National Velvet, Pink Diamond, Cardinal Couleur, Little Crazy, Pink Impression, World Friendship, Paul Scherer or Darwisnow are some of the varieties that have been cultivated.
A luxury for the senses in which visitors, in addition to observing this beautiful live picture, will be able to enjoy live demonstrations by artists and participate in workshops designed specifically for this occasion.
Throughout the exhibition visitors will participate in a sample of images from the Archive and Library of the Royal Botanical Garden and illustrations of botanical artists of The Society of Botanical Artists
Until May 20
Royal Botanical Garden
Plaza Murillo, 2- Metro Atocha
March: Mon-Sun: 10:00 – 18:30 h
April: Mon-Sun: 10:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.