Admire the splendor of the most beautiful flower fields in the world

Invite you to admire the splendor of the most beautiful flower fields in the world when entering the blossoming season.

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Furano, Hokkaido, Japan are famous for lavender fields, along with lupins and rapeseed flowers. Lavender fields in Furano begin to bloom in late June and peak in mid-July to early August. Other flowers bloom from June to September.

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Outside the Spanish town of Carmona, the sunflower fields spread over 5,000 hectares. Sunflowers bloom from May to July.

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Belgium's Hallerbos forest, called the "Green Forest," spans 1,360 acres. The forest is popular with tourists thanks to the beautiful purple green vegetation, which blooms around mid-April.

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Rape flower fields in Luoping, China, blossomed from February to March, making the place beautiful as a fairyland.

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Lake Tekapo, located on the southern island of New Zealand, is a popular spot for lupine flower viewing. The flowers usually bloom in mid-November to mid-January.

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The Kaas Plateau in Maharashtra, India has more than 450 types of flowers per 1,000 acres. Pink Balsam, yellow Smithia and blue Utricularia bloom in September and October. It is also honored as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Hitachi Seaside park in Ibaraki, Japan grows 350 hectares of flowers. The park's famous blue nemophila flowers are in season from late April to mid-May. And the green kokia bushes turn brilliant red in October.

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The purple fields of Bluebonnet flowers in Western Texas in the US bloom from mid-March to the end of April.

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Tuscany, Italy is famous for its beautiful sunflower fields. Sunflowers bloom in mid-June to early August.

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Lavender fields bloom throughout Provence, France. Lavender blooms from the end of June to the beginning of the month

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More than 50 morning glory flowers brighten the Carlsbad Flower Field in California, USA. The peak flowering season is mid-March to mid-April.

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Mayfield lavender farm in Banstead, England, spreads 25 acres. Lavender begins to bloom in mid-June and reaches its peak season in July and August.

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The Skagit Valley in Washington is carpeted with rows and millions of colorful tulips. Skagit Valley hosts its annual tulip festival in April. People come from all over the world to see the colorful tulip fields.

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Antelope Valley in Poppy Reserve near Lancaster, California, USA is famous for its vibrant orange poppy carpet.

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More than 7 million colorful tulips bloom from late March to mid-May in Keukenhof Garden, Lisse, Netherlands, making it look like a fairyland.

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Lupins bloom throughout Iceland in the summer, but one of the best places to see them is Vestrahorn.

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