PHOTOS: The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow holds TulipFête 2024

Rows of tulips at TulipFête 2024 at The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow.

Rows of tulips at TulipFête 2024 at The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow. STAFF PHOTOS BY CAMERON CASHMAN

Visitors to The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow admire and collect tulips.

Visitors to The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow admire and collect tulips. STAFF PHOTO BY CAMERON CASHMAN

Rows of tulips at The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow’s 2024 TulipFête.

Rows of tulips at The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow’s 2024 TulipFête. STAFF PHOTO BY CAMERON CASHMAN

According to The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow website, tulips are planted on a rolling schedule to ensure there are always flowers in bloom for visitors.

According to The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow website, tulips are planted on a rolling schedule to ensure there are always flowers in bloom for visitors. STAFF PHOTO BY CAMERON CASHMAN

Pink tulips in bloom at The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow.

Pink tulips in bloom at The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow.

The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow visitors walk through rows of tulips in bloom at TulipFête 2024.

The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow visitors walk through rows of tulips in bloom at TulipFête 2024.

The view from the top of the field at The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow. 

The view from the top of the field at The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow.  STAFF PHOTO BY CAMERON CASHMAN

TulipFête 2024 at The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow.

TulipFête 2024 at The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow. STAFF PHOTO BY CAMERON CASHMAN

Published: 05-08-2024 12:06 PM

The Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow in Hancock is hosting its 2024 TulipFête event through May 12.

The event allows visitors to admire and pick from a variety of multicolored tulips. Admission is free, but attendees must reserve a parking spot on the Farm at Wolf Pine Hollow’s website, wolfpinehollow.com, and tulips are $2.50 per stem. 

TulipFête hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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