If you’re the type of person that truly loves to smell the roses you will fall in love with any of these jaw dropping flower fields. Flowers are gorgeous in small doses, but nothing compares to miles of flowers in one location. Here are 10 of the most spectacular flower fields you can visit around the world.
1. Keukenhof Gardens (Garden Of Europe) in the Netherlands
The Netherlands is one of the most famous destinations for beautiful flowers, and Keukenhof Gardens located in Lisse, Kreukenhof is just one of the many reasons why. 7 million new flower bulbs are planted here every year, offering the largest assortment of colors in the world.
2. Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan
This gorgeous location is full of millions of flowers stretching over 190 hectares (469.5 acres). No matter what time of year you come something is always in bloom.
3. Sunflower Fields in Tuscany, Italy
If you visit this sunflower field at the height of summer you are in for a real treat. Rows and rows of bright yellow beauties bloom in between medieval villages and rolling hilltops.
4. The Flower Fields In Carlsbad, California
This seasonal attraction offers 50 acres of ranunculus flowers, brightening up the coast of Carlsbad with unmatched beauty.
5. Fuji Shibazakura Flower Festival in Japan
Shibazakura, or pink moss, is a gorgeous flower that blooms in brilliant shades of magenta, white and pink. The Fuji Shibazakura Flower Festival offers stunning views with Mount Fugi in the background, and a picturesque lake surrounded by vibrant rows of endless pink moss. The best time to visit is between mid May and the beginning of June.
6. Dubai Miracle Garden in UAE
Everything in Dubai is over the top and this impeccable flower garden is no different. Despite the fact it is located in the heart of a desert, the Miracle Garden is the world’s largest natural flower garden. 45 million flowers color the 72,000-sqaure-meter garden. It’s not just rows of flowers here, but instead flowers are used to make hearts, igloos, pyramids and more.
7. Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, Washington, USA
Every April the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival takes place in Washington. Over 100 different types of tulips bloom over 350 acres of picturesque fields.
8. Canola Flower Fields in Luoping, China
Every year between February and March the vast farmlands in Luoping County are covered in the beauty of golden canola flowers. The dark mountains set the perfect contrasting backdrop.
9. Canadian Tulip Festival in Ottawa
North America’s largest tulip festival takes place every year in May, showing off over 3 million tulips in Canada’s Capital Region. Flowers are planted around the entire city, but the largest array of tulips is found in Commissioners Park, right on the outskirts of Dow’s Lake.
10. Lavender Fields in Provence, France
Endless rows of bright purple lavender flowers will take your breath away; just don’t forget to breathe so that you can enjoy their luscious fragrance. Known as Provence’s Lavender Route, the scenic roads that pass through here take you to some of the loveliest villages found in all of France.