You will once again be able to actually tiptoe through the tulips at Rhode Island's much-loved Wicked Tulips flower farm.

Returning for Spring 2021, safe, socially distanced walks through the rows and rows of amazingly beautiful tulips will be available.

Last spring, COVID-19 restrictions resulted in only a drive-thru tulip experience, which was nice but honestly just not the same.

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Seeing the flowers from your car doesn't really compare with walking among the beautiful blooms that typically signal the start of warmer weather.

Plus you could only receive pre-cut bouquets of flowers last spring and I know my daughters absolutely love picking out their own. So it will be another nice step towards a return to normal to be able to once again get out of the car, walk among the flowers and do some spring bouquet making ourselves.

And that is what Wicked Tulips plans to offer flower lovers at their two locations this spring.

Yes, the farm has grown to two locations as more and more people want to enjoy the beauty of the blooms.

This year you can experience Wicked Tulips at their Exeter, Rhode Island farm and their brand new location in Preston, Connecticut.

Sure, Preston is a much longer drive, but it could be a great excuse for a mini-spring weekend getaway and include a stop at Mystic Aquarium with the kids or one of the casinos for the adults.

And if walking among the flowers still doesn't feel right for you, there will be an opportunity to take the flowers to go. Driving through and taking a pre-made bouquet back home is absolutely still an option. Plus, the farm will be moving their Virtual Tulips Experience to YouTube, to be enjoyed from anywhere in the world.

It's still early, but as the tulips start to break free from the ground Wicked Tulips will start selling tickets to see them.

Sign up for their newsletter here so when the blooms arrive you don't miss out on this seasonal must-see.

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