The flower garden of Keukenhof—also known as the Garden of Europe—has virtually opened its doors on their YouTube channel. In addition to showcasing the tulips that the grounds are famous for, they give a glimpse of vibrant daffodils, hyacinths, and other species that make up the landscape. It’s not just a one-time tour, either: Keunkenhof Gardens is rolling out additional videos that spotlight their experts and continue to show the flowers bloom throughout the season.
The history of the grounds goes back to the 15th century, when Countess Jacoba van Beieren picked fruit and vegetables from the garden. Keunkenhof Castle was built in 1641, and