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Top 5 Impressive Flower Fields in the World

16 Apr 2023, 14:21 GMT+10

With the lifting of the epidemic, have you decided where to travel? In addition to tax-free shopping and exotic food, the delightful sea of flowers has a unique flavor. Walking in the flower fields to feel the natural scenery makes people cherish the post-epidemic time even more.

Keukenhof in the Netherlands is the best place to see tulips. (Photo via

Seattle, WA (Merxwire) - The beautiful sea of flowers make people put aside the worries of life for a while, as if they are in a colorful and romantic fairy tale world, and their mood can not help but open up. Going abroad to enjoy flowers needs to consider financial ability and time constraints. If you have missed this year's Nihoku cherry blossom season, don't worry, five major flower seasons are still waiting for you. Travel worldwide with the sea of flowers and start immediately!

1. Taiwan Calla Lily

Calla lily symbolizes sincerity, purity, and pure whiteness. Every spring, the Yangmingshan Zhuzihu calla lily blooms, and the white calla lily blooms elegantly, accounting for 80% to 90% of Taiwan's annual production. After the weather began to warm up in February, the calla lily fields in Yangmingshan Zhuzi Lake began to bloom. The Yangmingshan Zhuzihu area annually holds the calla lily season from late March to late April. The beautiful sea of white and green flowers is welcome. People personally experience picking calla lilies and bringing home the beautiful spring scenery.
The best flowering period for viewing: March-April

2. Holland tulips

The Netherlands is known as the "Kingdom of Tulips" and is famous for its rich tulips. The famous world-class tulip flower sea is located in Keukenhof Park, covering an area of 32 hectares. Every September, 7 million bulbs of different flower species are planted here, among which there are over 1,000 kinds of tulips. Millions of flowers bloom together, forming an endless sea of tulip flowers, which is very worth visiting for tourists.
The best flowering period for viewing: March-May

3. Bulgarian rose

Bulgaria has more than 300 years of rose cultivation and is the world's largest producer of roses, known as the "Kingdom of Roses." Over 7,000 varieties are planted here, among which the Damask rose is world-famous. The peak period of the rose harvest is from May to June every year. Rose Valley is full of pink and red rose fields. Visitors can participate in rose-picking activities or the annual Bulgarian Rose Festival to experience the rose feast.
The best flowering period for viewing: May-June

4. Provence Lavender

Lavender is widely used. Not only can it be made into soap and aroma spray, but it can also be refined into essential oil for massage or bath, soothe emotions and help sleep. The lavender garden in Provence, France, is one of the world's most beautiful and iconic landscapes. Provence is located in the southeastern region of France and is famous worldwide for its lavender fields. Every summer is the season of lavender blooming, and the air is filled with the fragrance of lavender. Here, tourists can walk or cycle through the fields, enjoy the beautiful scenery, or take pictures, which is very pleasant.
The best flowering period for viewing: June-August

Lavender has a wide range of uses. It can be applied to the skin to prevent mosquito bites, it can also be added to bath water to increase its fragrance, or it can be used as a food seasoning. (Photo via

5. Spanish Sunflower

Every summer, Andalucia, Spain, has endless golden sunflower fields, which are very beautiful. The average height of the sunflower flower sea is 180 cm. In addition to their attractive appearance, sunflowers can also be made into sunflower seeds or oil, which are rich in economic value. Andalusia is one of the best places in the world to appreciate the sea of sunflowers. If you want to take pictures of the endless and spectacular sea of sunflowers, this is the right place to come here!
The best flowering period for viewing: July-August

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