While people in the Highlands and beyond admired the spectacular blooms of Tulip Time online, Highlanders also had the opportunity to see them in person.
The festival celebrated its diamond anniversary with a display of 127,000 tulips of all colours, sizes and textures, 15,000 annual plants and themed sparkles in tow.
It was also the 60th anniversary for this year's charity partner Can Assist Southern Highlands, a not-for-profit organisation that has alleviated the financial burdens for cancer patients and families in the region.
We asked Highlanders who had the opportunity to explore the Corbett Gardens to send us their photos, so here is a gallery to brighten your day.
The floral display and the history of Tulip Time can be seen online here.
You can also donate to Can Assist Southern Highlands here.
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