People rarely like going for trips to watch flowers and their beauty but trust me that beauty is worth seeing. Flowers are rarely in focus when people travel. Spring brings long and languorous days brimming with sunshine and rain showers with itself. Here are few spots that are very famous for its beauty.
WHITE SANDS NATIONAL MONUMENT – ALAMOGORDO, NEW MEXICO
This place is largely void of vegetation because of its scorching summer temperature and annual precipitation with less than 9 inches. But the plants which can tolerate this harsh wilderness conditions certainly put on a vibrant seasonal show. Flowers can be spotted from the park trails where visitors can park their cars and explore the flower’s beauty.
DESERT BOTANICAL GARDEN, ARIZONA
Deserts have a very fragile ecosystem and guessing which plant will bloom when is quiet hard. But if you prefer bit more predictability, you should head towards desert botanical garden. This garden runs a wildflower info site in collaboration with 21 parks and gardens. Individuals can share photos to crowd source information on where to see Arizona’s most bountiful wildflowers.
The farmers compete to build lavish, oversized floral displays every August in Colombia. These over flowering bouquets are then carried through the streets to a backdrop of frenzied cheering and live music.
The mild summers in Japan makes it the most ideal place in Asia to grow lavenders. It is so pretty that it would appear as photo shopped if you have a look at it for the first time. Fields of baby’s breath, red poppies, pink garden catchflies, and orange poppies help create a dazzling rainbow scene. This is mostly seen in the month of July. Don’t miss the farm’s lavender-themed souvenir shop, where you can buy anything from soap to incense to lavender-flavored soft-serve.