Spring may be dull this year but Montreal-area residents can still add some colour to their homes with fresh flowers. In light of the extraordinary circumstances, Tulipes.ca is offering drive-through tulip pick-up service at both its Laval and South Shore locations. Its popular self-pick activity, where visitors can wander its colourful fields and choose their own flowers, will not be happening.\nInstead, tulip-lovers can purchase bouquets online and drive by the farms to receive their orders.\nThe Tulipes.ca team will place the flowers in clients' trunks to avoid contact. They also promise to follow strict hygiene measures.\nAccording to the company website, a bouquet of 30 assorted tulips goes for $20.\nEach year, Tulipes.ca produces "more than 500,000 multicoloured tulips" in "fields of flowers as far as the eye can see," says its Facebook page.\nThe vernal celebration attracts visitors from throughout the province with views that are otherwise uncommon to Quebec.\nIn normal years, the self-pick event is a welcome escape from the dreary grey cityscape.\nBut the drive-through service at least makes it possible for people in Greater Montreal to experience a slice of springtime cheer.\nAccording to Psychology Today, the presence of plants in the home can have myriad effects on mental health and well-being, including heightened focus and "stress reduction."\nFlowers are perhaps more urgently needed this year than ever.\nView this post on Instagram I mean who doesn’t like flowers? 🌷 A post shared by Chloé C Z (@chloechamberland) on Jun 24, 2019 at 10:22am PDT\nTickets are not yet on sale, but those interested should stay tuned to the Tulipes.ca website.\nIn the meantime, Montrealers can enjoy photos from years past and dream about future opportunities to frolic in flower fields.\nThe alteration to the Tulipes.ca concept speaks to wider changes coming to the Montreal area this spring and summer.\nThrough festivals and other large cultural and sporting events are cancelled through August, Mayor Plante has said that the city will unveil a plan so that residents can still enjoy some summertime activities while following recommendations from public health authorities.\nView this post on Instagram better late than never A post shared by Hel. (@thanh.helene) on Oct 24, 2019 at 3:39pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram It’s been an absolutely crazy past month or two around here and I’m ready for things to go back to normal and get back into the swing of things....and then I realized it was my dude’s last week of school and we’re going to have to adjust to a whole new routine for the summer 😂🤦🏻♀️ Homies, I need help yo! . So I’m wondering, do you send your kids to some sort of summer camp or do they stay home? A post shared by Kris 👋 Food Interior Lifestyle (@kristeenamichelle) on Jun 20, 2018 at 5:59pm PDT\nGet all the details on the tulip pick-ups below.\nDrive-Thru Tulip Pick-Up At Tulipes.ca\nWhere:\n1270, rue Principale, Laval &1201, chemin du Général Vanier, Boucherville\nWhen: TBA\nPosted by Tulipes.ca on Wednesday, April 29, 2020\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.