Tulip Day Tours is proud to introduce the companies that we work with; businesses that operate in a social and environmental responsible way.
Cheese Farm Clara Maria
160 Years ago, a beautiful farmhouse was built in the polders to the southwest of Amsterdam. Nowadays, in the former stables, farmer Kees and his American wife Katrina (a beautiful love story!) make delicious Gouda cheese and traditional clogs, using traditional methods. And they are proud to let you taste their delicious fresh specialty cheeses, such as chili cheese, garlic & chive cheese, Italian-herb cheese, ginger cheese, nettle cheese and truffle cheese.
Click here to read some great reviews about Clara Maria on TripAdvisor.
Keukenhof is the international and independent showcase for the Dutch floricultural sector, with a special emphasis on flower bulbs. In the space of eight weeks Keukenhof shows what the Dutch floricultural sector has to offer. The park’s focus is on the 7 million spring-flowering bulbs, which allow the 100 participating companies to show their living catalogue. 500 flower growers present an enormous variety of cut flowers and pot plants at the over 20 flower shows.
Royal FloraHolland (Flower auction Aalsmeer)
Together we are strong! That is the notion upon which Royal FloraHolland is based. Growers come together to the same place to sell their products. Together, they are stronger in the face of traders and get a better price for their plants and flowers. Day after day they supply the world with fresh flowers and plants day after day. Flowering the World Together is the mission and they’ve been doing that proudly for over 100 years.
Some Facts and Figures
- Annual turnover: 4,6 billion euros (5,3 billion US dollar) and 2,956 employees (2,379 fte)
- Plant and flower sales: 12.5 billion items in 2016
- Members: 4,291 of which 615 are based abroad
- No-member companies: 1,617
- Customers: 2,493
- Auction clocks: 35