Asia’s Largest Tulip Garden in Srinagar Open Welcomes to Visitors

Asia’s Largest Tulip Garden in Srinagar Open Welcomes to Visitors: Srinagar’s Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden is now all set to open for visitors from this Sunday. This news is trending on the social site now. As per an estimate, this one is Asia’s largest tulip garden, which is located in the foothills of the Zabarwan mountain range by the banks of the Dal Lake.

	Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden is situated on the foothills of Zabarwan mountain range. Nearly 1.25 million tulip bulbs were sown in the garden this year.

Floriculture department officials stated that 1.25 million tulip bulbs which were display in the garden from this year of 2018.

Forty-eight multiplicities of different hues which are all present in mesmerizing manifestation to the company and for the city.

The state minister for floriculture, Javaid Mustafa Mir, told that this year this can bring enough tourists to Kashmir which will be bid deal.

Tulip is a very short-lived flower which all set to come in bloom in spring and long lasts for only just a fortnight reportedly.

“I have come here during this time of the year especially to see the Tulip and almond blooms. In my last visit to the valley during summer last year, I was told by many local people that I should visit when the Tulip garden and almond orchards are in full bloom… and I am glad that I came here as the beauty of this place is to die for,” Charu Thakur, a resident of Delhi, told UNI.
“There are 50 varieties of tulips in the garden this year and a total of 12.5 lakh bulbs, adding color to the landscape at 5,600 feet altitude,” officials said.

In the meantime, more green space has been created and quite a few new fountains that are all set to install in the garden, where visitors can enjoy free Wi-Fi access, and also in this place there are some other new facilities also available.

A water channel can be also running through the terraces, adding to the beauty of the garden increase its enhancement too.