A tulip festival with over 100,000 flowers is underway at a castle.

The event, which started on April 1, is expected to last two more weeks.

There are over 100,000 tulips across the grounds with over 120 different types.

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These have been planted and arranged by the castle’s head gardener Martin Duncan and his team.

The Argus: It is expected to last until the third week of April

A spokesman for Arundel Castle said: "The festival is regarded as one of the top tulip displays in Europe and is set against the breath-taking backdrop of the castle.

"This year’s festival features over 100,000 tulips, creating a stunning display of colour and beauty as the bulbs, which have been dormant underground throughout the winter, burst into bloom.

The Argus: There are over 100,000 tulips

"The pots were are particularly early this year and are already bursting with colour."

The tulips are displayed in different arrangements around the castle grounds.

The festival can be accessed using admission tickets.

It is set to last until the third week of April.