Each year, fields of flowers spring to life in row after row of vibrant, carefully-coordinated colors. This annual bloom attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists who come to tiptoe through the tulips, posing for photos that some friends assume required a passport. “They think I went all the way to the Netherlands,” said one visitor. “I’m like, no, I just took a quick flight up to Washington!”
Washington’s Skagit Valley, in the northwest corner of the state, is home to the annual Tulip Festival, a celebration of a flower best known for being grown nearly 5,000 miles away.
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