World’s Most Brilliant Flower Scenes You’ll Want to Jump Into

Blue Flowers in Hitachinaka, Japan

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Flower fields bloom into breathtaking landscapes for a short time every year. If you missed this year’s spring flowers, don’t worry, there are some dazzling flower scenes that can be found in the summer too. Or, consider planning now for a trip next year. This magnificent sea of Nemophila flowers, called baby blue eyes, pictured above, covers a field at Hitachi Seaside Park in Hitachinaka, Japan.

Tulips of the Valley, Agassiz, British Columbia, Canada

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The Tulips of the Valley Festival is held every year in Agassiz, British Columbia, a small community in the East Fraser Valley region, offering the chance to take in the scents, sights and sounds of a working tulip farm against the backdrop of gorgeous mountain scenery.

Wisteria Tunnel, Japan

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This pastel-colored passageway of wisteria flowers at the Kawachi Fuji Gardens in Kitakyushu in Japan is absolutely mind blowing. A member of the pea family, wisteria is an ornamental vine, wildly popular in both Eastern and Western gardens for its graceful hanging flowers and its ornate, winding branches. The best time to see it is from late April to mid May.

Lavender Field, Sequim, Washington

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If you want to see endless fields of purple, head to Sequim, located on the northern Olympic Peninsula of Washington State, where the lavender fields seem to stretch forever. They’re in full bloom generally from June through September, so it’s not too late to visit this year. Beginning on Friday on the third weekend in July, thousands of people arrive to celebrate the lavender at the three day annual Sequim Lavender Festival.

Lavender Fields, Provence, France

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You can also see fields of lavender in Provence, France during the summer.

Sunflowers, Tuscany, Italy


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Discover a sea of sunny yellow in the sunflower fields of Tuscany.