After Murphy Shutdown Drive Through Event, NJ Tulip Farm Alive, Well and Thriving

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MILLSTONE, NJ – Earlier this month, Governor Phil Murphy threatened two tulip farm owners to shut down their drive through tulip farm experience, but that hasn’t stopped Holland Ridge Farms in Cream Ridge from getting themselves through the season.    The governor allowed drive-up sales to continue, declaring the in-car drive through around the farm a violation of safe social distancing.

This week, they put out a video to show customers what to expect when they arrive to buy their tulips.

“Here’s a little behind the scenes of our tulip pickup process. Shot this morning Saturday, April 25th. Even though you can’t walk amongst the tulips you can still see plenty of them on your way through the farm! We’re open from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week all the way up until Mother’s Day,” the company said.

Tulip purchases happen daily through May 11th.  Visit their Facebook page to learn more.

 

Here's a little behind the scenes of our tulip pickup process. Shot this morning Saturday, April 25th. Even though you can't walk amongst the tulips you can still see plenty of them on your way through the farm! We're open from 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week all the way up until Mother's Day!hollandridgefarms.com/tulip-pickup

Posted by Holland Ridge Farms on Saturday, April 25, 2020

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