It’s arguably the time of year that central Bendigo looks its most beautiful – tulip season.
The annual display is now coming into bloom, with the vibrant flowers opening in gardens in Rosalind Park, the Conservatory Garden and in Pall Mall.
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The City of Greater Bendigo’s horticulture team has planted more than 30,000 tulips, which attract plenty locals and visitors to the city alike.
Bendigo Tourism lists Antarctica, Atilla Graffiti, Strong Gold and Silentia as among the varieties on display this year.
There are three curator talks this month at which people can learn more about tulips and how best to grow and care for them.
The talks cost $10 and will take place at 10am on September 20, September 22, and September 27.
The blooms will last about a month.
The display then ends with the popular tulip dig, at which people can buy bulbs from the gardens at a small cost.
Last year’s dig attracted hundreds of gardeners keen to add some of the city’s colour to their own gardens.