It’s April! And it’s springtime in parts of the Southern and Northern Hemisphere. Temperate flowers are starting to bloom covering the fields with different color palettes and rainbow hues that definitely are sights for photoshoots. The Netherlands is one of the top places to see during this season. However, there are also many places around the world that you must include in your record. Below are the lists of various flower fields in the world that occasionally bloom right at this moment. Ready your tabs, be mesmerized, and don’t forget to save a few!
1. Keukenhof Garden in Netherlands
Keukenhof is known as the “Kitchen Garden” or “The Garden of Europe” the largest flower garden in the world. This garden was established in 1949 and has over 7 million flower bulbs set to grow in 32 hectares of land every year. Although it is seasonal, the garden only opens in a short time. But take note! Everything here is worth visiting.
2. Chilliwack Tulips in British Columbia, Canada
This garden was formerly known in Agassiz B.C. and has moved to their fields in Chilliwack. Now the place is even better for the growth of over 700 meters long of 30 variety tulips. Sometimes when you visit here during their festival they will create an amazing design of tulips in any shape and form.
3. Hitachi Seaside Park in Japan
This park features millions of flowers such as the most well-known tulips, narcissus, poppies and roses, baby blue eyes, zinnias and sunflowers, kochia, and cosmos, making the richest and colorful year-round.
4. Carlsbad Flower Fields in California
As you stroll in the 50-acres of ranunculus flowers here you’ll be able to feel the freshness and the relaxing touch of the air brought by the warm South California sunlight and the smell of flower patches. Carlsbad is already 4 decades in operation and surely millions of people have already put a smile on their faces here during the harvest time.
5. Sunflower Fields in Italy
Your visit to Tuscany will never be complete if you don’t visit the cultivation area of sunflowers. This is one of the most-visited parts of Italy in terms of garden and beauty. As soon as you land in the place, the bright and yellow color of the sunflower will welcome you with its glorious beauty facing the sun. This is just another picture perfect on your Instagram feed.
6. Lavender Fields in Provence France
For centuries, Lavender in France has held a significant part for the people living in the place. Not to mention it is one of their sources of pride but also the source of income because of the flock of tourists visiting the place from around the world. Year after year you can witness the highest concentration of the areas I mentioned above. Don’t forget to charge your batteries because you’ll surely spend more than an hour taking photos.
7. Bluebells in Devon, England
From early April to late May, the woodlands of the UK will be full of lime green and purplish bluebells. It is like walking on a row of carpet flooded with small and fresh flowers after the winter blooms. Bluebells are known as wildflowers in Britain. It’s not only beautiful as you can see in the picture but also has the sweetest scent. The place is wonderfully made to hang around and talk about life.
8. Fuji Shibazakura Flower in Japan
Shibazakura is not cherry blossoms but moss phlox or a variety of flowers. You can witness the carpet of pink and white flowers on the foot closest to the Fuji Five Lakes and Lake Motosuko. The blooming of Shibazakura is the quintessential springtime in Japan that is why thousands of people are visiting during this full bloom season. One thing I am fascinated the most about these flowers in Japan is that you can also see the breathtaking view of Mount Fuji in the backdrop of the Shibazakura.
9. Purple Lupines Field in Iceland
The vibrant color of purple and blue is just another reason you would intentionally visit this place. The flowers were dominated mostly by purple but we can also see some edible white and pink ones. These flowers are everywhere in Iceland, and when you think of the place, you think of these lupines because the moment you arrive at Iceland’s airport the runway will welcome you with these adorable purple hues right in the summertime.
10. Canola Flower Fields in Luoping China
One of the most interesting things to do in the Luoping field is to set a tent and enjoy the vibrant of the place. As the fields of canola which is also known as rapeseed (the production of cooking oil) are not only a tourist spot but a source of natural seed oil too! Inside the limits of Luoping, you can see the Golden Rooster Hill and Hundred Thousand Hills towering the yellow hues of Canola.
11. Miracle Garden in Dubai
Dubai’s Miracle Garden is the largest natural flower garden in the world. In the offset of winter, Dubai starts to reopen the place for tourists. The place was planted with more than 150 million different colors of flowers of any size. It’s the living paradise that you can see more of what you’ve expected. It’s also perfect on Valentine’s Day just so you missed visiting places on that special day.
12. Shikisai no Oka in Hokkaido, Japan
This enchanting view of seasonal blossoms is so attractive not only from afar but when you get closer and be able to take a photo of it -it just feels surreal. This is one of the places we’ve seen in some romantic movies. Besides the panoramic view, you will also love the natural fragrance of the place brought by flowers and the seagrass.
13. Lupin at Lake Tekapo in New Zealand
The peak Lupin season in New Zealand is after Christmas. Lake Tekapo is one of the largest alpine lakes in part of the New Zealand basin. It is surrounded by blue turquoise of wide lupines, the scenery that almost all nature photographers wish to capture. The place is quite far to reach. It is the place where to perfectly spend your remaining hours of the day.
14. Lilies in Taiwan
This is the most visited lake in central Taiwan that is around a 6-hour drive from the city center. The lake has an abundance of golden orange lilies that is so pleasing and incredibly picturesque. It is a private place so only a few people have the chance to visit the place. But no wonder this will have become one of the major spots to visit in Taiwan after the pandemic.
Please note that this article is written for inspiration and a better future travel experience only. This does not mean we encourage our readers to travel during the pandemic. To someone who wishes to travel this time, we would recommend to our audience to please check and follow the Travel Advisories for your intended destination and choose the method that works best for you. Also, the details above may vary to change at any time.