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    Posted on Apr 22, 2015

    13 Beautiful Fields Of Flowers Around The World

    Bloomin' across the globe.

    1. The Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California

    v_silvestri CC BY-NC-ND / Via Flickr: silvestrifamily

    Why you should go: 50 acres of Giant Tecolote Ranunculus flowers, blooming every spring (this year, it's March through May). You can find out more about them here.

    2. Keukenhof Park near Lisse, in Holland

    I dream of Nici CC BY-NC-ND / Via Flickr: nici-mania

    Why you should go: "Keukenhof" means "kitchen garden," but 79 acres of 800 different varieties of tulips makes this much more than your typical window herb plot. Learn more about the park here.

    3. Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve near Lancaster, California

    Chris Wegg CC BY-NC-SA / Via Flickr: chriswegg

    What it is: The Mojave Desert, showing off its spring colors. Get more info about visiting here.

    4. Lavender fields in Provence, France

    Arnie Papp CC BY / Via Flickr: apapp

    Why you should go: The best blooms are in June and July — the purple blooms are harvested in August — so it's the perfect reason to take a summer trip to France. Find out more about it here.

    5. Daffodil Way in the Leadon Valley, UK

    Mallards Pike CC BY-NC-ND / Via Flickr: sharyne

    Why you should go: These woods and walking path are home to thousands of daffodils ever spring — and are the same woods that Robert Frost and other Dymock poets wandered. Find out more here.

    6. Hallerbros forest, near Brussels, Belgium

    Vincent Brassinne CC BY-NC-ND / Via Flickr: vainsang

    Why you should go: Every April, bluebells carpet the forest floor. You can enjoy guided educational walks, like the Gnome and Troll path: "The forest troll has stolen the gnome’s travel suitcase. What will happen now?" Learn more here.

    7. Flower gardens of Shikisai-no-oka, in Biei, Japan

    Dao-hui Chen CC BY-NC-ND / Via Flickr: dhchen

    What they are: Gardens in bloom for much of the year, because they plant flowers for every season. Find out more about visiting here.

    8. Sunflower fields around Tuscany, in Italy

    Perica CC BY / Via Flickr: perica_000

    Why you should go: They're farmed to make sunflower oil, but bloom all through the Italian summer. Get more information about visiting here.

    9. Bluebonnets in central Texas

    Dana Smith CC BY / Via Flickr: texastravelgal

    Where to find them: They grow in patches around the state, but you can find regularly updated reports on the prettiest plots.

    10. Canola flower fields in Yunnan Province, China

    Spencer CC BY-NC-SA / Via Flickr: weartpix

    Why they're grown: These flowers are used to make canola oil (aka rapeseed oil), and bloom on farms throughout southern China. Learn more about them here.

    11. Fuji Shibazakura festival gardens, near Mt. Fuji in Japan

    かがみ~ CC BY-NC-ND / Via Flickr: sonotoki

    What they are: Moss phlox, a flowering ground cover, is cultivated in sweeping, colorful patterns at the base of Mt. Fuji. Learn more about the festival here.

    12. Calla Lily Grove in Garrapata State Park near Big Sur, California

    calwhiz CC BY-NC-ND / Via Flickr: calwhiz

    Why you should go: These wild calla lilies bloom every spring, lining a small valley that leads to the beach. Find more visiting info here.

    13. Hitachi Seaside Park near Hitachinaka, Ibaraki in Japan

    temaki CC BY / Via Flickr: _temaki_

    Why you should go: This park plants a variety of flowers that bloom in various months — you can see the full flower calendar here.

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