Tulip Photo Contest

By Scott McDonald | Garden News

Apr 15
Tulip Photo Contest - BC Tulip Trail

Enter our Spring 2019 Photo Contest

Tulip Photo Contest Alert:  Gardens are meant to be experienced, walked through, studied, revelled in, and shared; tulips even more so. To help spread the tulip cheer, we think a photo contest is just the thing to get people tip toeing through British Columbia’s gardens, parks and tulip festivals along BC’s tulip trail.

The first tulips to bloom in Canada every year can be found in British Columbia. In fact from Vancouver Island to the mainland, through the Fraser Valley and to the Okanagan, a veritable tulip trail exists from early March through May, every spring.

To Enter

Follow Gardens BC on Twitter or Gardens BC on Instagram or Gardens BC on Facebook, upload your favourite BC tulip photo, taken this year or in previous years, caption it and tag it with: #exploreBCgardens AND #BCTulipTrail. That’s all you need to do to be entered to win one of three fabulous prizes from our signature gardens.

The photo contest runs from Monday, April 15 to Wednesday, May 15, 2019. Winners will be randomly drawn and announced at 9:00 PM the day the tulip photo contest closes. Contest is open to BC, AB and WA  residents only. Read the full photo contest details are below.

Photo Contest Rules

  • No purchase necessary
  • There are three garden related prizes to be awarded to three randomly chosen winners
  • Our Tulip Photo Contest is open to BC, AB, and WA residents aged 18 or older
  • Chances of winning are dependent on the number of entries received
  • Deadline for entries is May 15, 2019 (6:00 PM PST).
  • Staff and employees of Gardens British Columbia or their members are not eligible to win
  • Multiple entries are allowed but each photo must be separate, distinct, and owned by the poster

Gardens and Festivals to visit and take tulip photos this spring on British Columbia’s Tulip Trail


  • Chilliwack Tulip Festival slider start

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