People tend to hoard now – toilet paper, pasta, olive oil, egg, vinegar, canned food and tooth paste.
It is a strange feeling to go to the grocery stores these days. I have never experienced it before.
The only thing I have bought two packages of during this week is the tulips.
16 thoughts on “Hoarding tulips”
It’s the same sad story overhere in the Netherlands. A lot of people are panicking.
Your tulips are wonderful. Take good care of them and of yourself and your loved ones.
Thank you very much, I wish the same to you! 🙏
oh, we’re hoarding tulips now??? there’s profit to be made in chaos. maybe you can be my black market hookup for tulips later on. 😉
I’m prepared. Just let me know! 😉
That is one gorgeous close-up. And as for the hoarding, think of what’s happened to procrastinators like us . . . Kroger shelves bare. Shoppers searching in vain for cooking supplies, dried beans, paper goods, you name it. The times are tough!
Thank you very much! 🙂
I hope people calm down soon when it comes to the hoarding.
You are absolutely right. One can do without almost anything, but not tulips 🙂 Great picture!
Thanks! One thing to bring to an deserted island? Tulips! 😁
Be careful with your tulip hoarding. You don’t want to start something like the Dutch Tulip Mania in the 17th century. 🙂
I’ll keep a low profile for a while. 😎
The perfect choice to buy extras!
Wasn’t it? 😁🌷