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Tulips in Spring (2016)

TV-G | | Drama, Romance | TV Movie 14 May 2016
An interior designer must halt her work on a big project in order to return home and assist her injured father at her family's tulip farm in rural Washington state.


David Winning


David Boyles (story), Tracy Andreen (teleplay) | 1 more credit »
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Complete credited cast:
Fiona Gubelmann ... Rose Newell
Lucas Bryant ... Tom Nowak
Kelly Rowan ... Caroline Sebastian
Iris Quinn ... Sarah Newell
Kevin McNulty ... Frank Newell
Aliyah O'Brien ... Violet Mason
David Santana ... Billy Chambers (as Dave Walden)
Giles Panton ... Rob
Candus Churchill ... Ada
Serge Jaswal ... Donald
Beatrice Zeilinger Beatrice Zeilinger ... Lidya
Mark Brandon ... Announcer


Rose Newell (Fiona Gugelman), the daughter of the owners of Payden Farms, returns home to find that the farm is in financial trouble and her parents may be forced to sell. She meets Tom Novak (Lucas Bryant), the handsome local "flower broker", for whom she begins to have romantic feelings. A final effort to save the farm is engineered by Tom when he arranges for Frank (Kevin McNulty), Rose's father, to enter his prize blooms in a contest. When the flowers are sabotaged, Rose must attempt to salvage the situation and get more flowers to bloom, while facing decisions of the heart with Tom, resolving issues with her father, and choosing to return to her life in Los Angeles or stay on her family's farm. Written by ChasVA

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Drama | Romance


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Did You Know?


It might be a surprise to some people that this movie was filmed in British Columbia, Canada when there is a famous tulip festival that happens just over the border and it would be the perfect place to film. The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is a famous tulip festival that happens every April in Skagit County in Washington State in the town of Mt. Vernon. See more »


When Rose and Tom are in the delivery van, shots of Rose show the sun coming in the passenger window and shots of Tom show the sun coming in the driver side of the van. See more »

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Pretty flowers - the romance is less colorful
11 August 2017 | by phd_travelSee all my reviews

The tulips are pretty. That's the best thing about this Hallmark romance. The struggling business thing is very familiar as an interior decorator returns to her family's struggling tulip farm. There is a rather lame competition going on. And the romance is kind of lame - maybe the leading man is a bit laid back. There isn't much chemistry between the leads and is a lot less colorful than the flowers. One highlight is Kelly Rowan of O.C. as the interior decorator boss who lets her go home to tend to the tulip farm in the midst of a big interior decorating project.

Not a must watch but pleasant.

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14 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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Tulips for Rose See more »

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