Top 15+ Flower Fields in the World

It’ s April: springtime in the northern hemisphere! Flower fields bloom into stunning landscapes for a short time this season of the year. It doesn’t matter the type of the flower, it can be tulips, sunflowers, lavender and many others, they all complement with their beautiful colors. The fields are so colorful, that definitely are sights every photographer should see. As if someone had spilled paint instead of planting flowers, these flower fields seem like a color palette. Although the most famous place to see flowers is in the Netherlands, you can find amazing flower fields in many places around the world. Below is a selection of the spring’s most spectacular sights. The Most Beautiful Flower Fields with incredible rainbow-hued fields in bloom all over the world.

1 – Agassiz Tulip Festival, British Columbia – Canada

Agassiz Tulip Festival and Mt. Cheam – Canada

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Agassiz Tulip Festival would be just another field of tulips, but the landscape surround really makes all the difference. It is set against the snow-capped Mount Cheam, in a location with spectacular tulip viewing. The festival showcases 30 varieties of tulips spread over 40 colorful acres.

2 – Hitachi Seaside Park – Japan

Flower Fields - Hitachi Seaside Park

Located in Hitachinaka City, Hitachi Seaside Park covers an area of 190 hectares.

Flower Fields - Hitachi Seaside Park

It features millions of blooming flowers all year round, such as narcissus and tulip in spring, baby blue-eyes and rose in early summer, zinnia in summer, and kochia and cosmos in autumn.

3 – Sunflower Fields, Tuscany – Italy

Sunflower Fields, Tuscany - Italy

One of the most romantic places to see sunflowers is in Tuscany. There are fields all over the area in the height of summer, between medieval villages perched on hilltops.

4 – Keukenhof Gardens – Netherlands

Tulip Fields - Netherlands

When talking about flowers, Netherlands certainly comes to mind. Located in Lisse, Keukenhof is also known as the Garden of Europe.

Keukenhof Gardens - Netherlands

Approximately 7 million flower bulbs are planted annually in the park, forming large colorful rugs in such an abundance of colors found nowhere else in the world. It’s possible to see the colorful blooms during March, April and May in an area of 32 hectares, which makes it the largest flower garden in the world.

5 – Lavender Fields, Provence – France

Lavender Flower Fields, Provence - France

The Lavender Route in Provence is an astonishing scenic drive home to some of the most picturesque villages in the country.

Lavender Flower Fields, Provence - France

Surrounding the route, during the summer, when the plants are in full bloom, it is possible to see fields and fields, with rows and rows of lavender.

6 – Carlsbad Flower Fields, Los Angeles – USA

Carlsbad Flower Fields - USA

In spring, Carlsbad Flower Fields cover over 50 acres of beautiful ranunculus flowers.

Carlsbad Flower Fields - USA

It displays extraordinary colors along the Carlsbad coast.

7 – Canola Flower Fields, Luoping – China

Canola Flower Fields, Luoping County - China

In Luoping County, from February to March, vast farmlands get covered in golden all the way to the horizon, by the bloom of canola flowers.

Canola Flower Fields, Luoping County - China

Rows and rows of dark mountains in the background beautifully contrast with an unbelievable sea of yellow flowers.

8 – Sakura Tulip Festival, Sakura – Japan

Sakura Tulip Festival, Japan

Sakura Tulip Festival is held in Sakura Furusato Park in April. The park is beautifully decorated with 530,000 bulbs of 108 varieties of tulips, in a field with a Dutch windmill in the background. The windmill represents the friendship between Japan and the Netherlands, and it is the only one of this type in Japan. Its presence among tulip fields makes you feel like being in the Netherlands.

9 – Flower Fields – Netherlands

Tulip Fields - Netherlands

How to talk about flower fields and not to mention the Netherlands. The area between Haarlem and Leiden is regarded as the bulb district, where more than three billion tulips are grown each year.

Tulip Fields - Netherlands

Like a rainbow, vibrant blues, reds, pinks and yellows sprawl as far as the eye can see.

Tulip Flower Fields - Netherlands

The tulip season begins in March and lasts until August, when the Dutch countryside becomes a sea of tulips.

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