Have you ever smelled a seven million flowers? What an army of fragrance. 32 hectares of flowers- Keukenhof, Lisse , Netherlands. Like a giant kitchen filled with so much flavor ( keuken- kitchen, hof- garden). Keukenhof is the world’s largest flower park. Every spring since 1949, top horticulturists in the Netherlands have planted around 7 million bulbs here in displays that change annually. The variety of flowers and colors are overwhelming. Tulips are the most famous of Dutch bulbs and careful planting of early, regular, and late flowering bulbs ensure that tulips are usually seen for most of the two-month season. Crocuses, narcissus (daffodils), and hyacinths are more prevalent early in the season when Japanese cherry blossoms can also be seen.