Tulipgarden – Mórahalom
Visits to the tulip garden are free. One harvested tulip is HUF 150 instead of HUF 200 with Mórahalom City Card and Tourist Card.
TulipGarden in Mórahalom will start operating in 2021 and join the TulipGarden franchise system, which has been operating in Hungary for 3 years - it arrives to Homokhátság after Lake Balaton, Lake Tisza and Cegléd, among others. TulipGarden awaits visitors with the beauties of awakening nature, all the colors and scents of spring on the border of Mórahalom, on Röszkei Road, next to the Buffalo Reserve.
Visiting the attraction is free, families can take great photos in the colorful tulip field! In addition, harvesting will be possible, pruning shears and a basket can be rented on site.
One harvested tulip is HUF 150 instead of HUF 200 with Mórahalom City Card and Tourist Card.
TulipGarden is a dog-friendly place, so we await all dog-lovers with their small and big pets for the tulip harvest!
Tulips are one of the most popular and varied ornamental plants of spring, which is why this type of lily was chosen. Alba Milagro Hungary Kft. Moved to Mórahalom in 2020 and definitely wants to become a useful player in the life of the city, which is why it initiated the creation of TulipGarden in Mórahalom together with the city. The garden can be a suitable complement to the tourist values and horticultural traditions of Mórahalom.
TulipGarden’s goal is to provide a close-to-nature and quality pastime for families and all visitors, and, in the long run, to create a community space that provides an opportunity to showcase local craft values.
Location: on the border of Mórahalom, on Röszkei Road, next to the Széksós main canal.
HISTORY OF TULIP
Most tulip species are found in the wild in Central Asia, but they are also native to North Africa, the Middle East, the Far East, and Europe. About 125 wild species are known in these areas. In the Carpathian Basin, four species live in the wild, the best known of which is the 40–50 cm high Hungarian tulip (yellow tulip, Tulipa hungarica Borbás) living in April in the Banat flora region, the Kazan Strait and the Iron Gate Strait. It has been grown in Hungary since the end of the 16th century. Today, about 3 to 4,000 species of different sizes and flowers have been bred. The tulip flower can be any color and varied pattern except blue; there are even (almost black) varieties of dark violet and green flowers.