About Us

About Us
Tulip farmers Andrew and Holly Miller
ABOUT Tullip Valley Farms

Dedicated to Healthy Life and Environment

Tulips in Skagit Valley are a beloved tradition that we have a passion for sharing. However, as more people have come to share in the beauty of the tulips and the Skagit Valley community, the options and opportunities have decreased for people to experience these symbols of peace and spring in a genuine and personalized way.

Tulip Valley Farms CEO Andrew Miller is a Mount Vernon native who met his wife of 27 years, Holly, on their respective missions to Brazil for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. After stints as a linguist and intel analyst in the U.S. Air Force, corporate America (Amazon and Expedia), Andrew moved his family of 8 to Skagit Valley because “there’s no better place to raise a family.”

The Millers are not generational farmers, but “got here as fast as we could.” Because Andrew is colorblind, one of the many titles Holly has is as the “Chief Color Officer” of Tulip Valley Farms. Truly a family-run farm, Andrew depends on his family, his siblings and their families, and his parents who still live in the area to make Tulip Valley Farms come alive.

Our History

Because a beautiful tulip doesn’t happen by accident

The reason tulips are the symbol of spring and the world’s most recognizable flower is that it can perform a spectacular solo or combine with thousands of other stems in waves of color as a global signal that winter’s grip is loosed and the best is yet to come.

We create moments of beauty, peace, and creativity that each person can take home with them. When people have more control, more options, and more inspiration, they are happier and that’s what makes this the Magic Springdom.