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8 Gorgeous Fields of Flowers Worth Traveling to See

Architectural Digest Logo By Lindsey Mather of Architectural Digest | Slide 1 of 8: <a href="http://www.architecturaldigest.com/search?channel=&mbid=synd_msntravel&q=flowers&sort=score%20desc">Fresh flowers</a> instantly brighten up a home, so imagine being surrounded by millions of them. These eight fields of flowers around the world offer spectacular, mood-lifting views of narcissi, poppies, tulips, bluebonnets, sweet peas, wildflowers, and other stunning varieties, en masse and in every color imaginable. Winter doesn’t seem so bad when a trip to one of these beautiful gardens or farms is on the books for late spring, when most are in full bloom. Stay Stateside and venture to California or Texas, or head abroad to Japan, the Netherlands, or the U.K.<strong>Shown:</strong> At the base of majestic Mount Fuji in Japan, the Fuji Shibazakura Festival celebrates the flowering of 800,000 fuschia moss phlox—more than you’ll find anywhere else in the Greater Tokyo Area. This year, the event begins on April 16. <a href="http://www.shibazakura.jp/eng?mbid=synd_msntravel">shibazakura.jp/eng/</a>

8 Gorgeous Fields of Flowers Worth Traveling to See

Fresh flowers instantly brighten up a home, so imagine being surrounded by millions of them. These eight fields of flowers around the world offer spectacular, mood-lifting views of narcissi, poppies, tulips, bluebonnets, sweet peas, wildflowers, and other stunning varieties, en masse and in every color imaginable. Winter doesn’t seem so bad when a trip to one of these beautiful gardens or farms is on the books for late spring, when most are in full bloom. Stay Stateside and venture to California or Texas, or head abroad to Japan, the Netherlands, or the U.K.

Shown: At the base of majestic Mount Fuji in Japan, the Fuji Shibazakura Festival celebrates the flowering of 800,000 fuschia moss phlox—more than you’ll find anywhere else in the Greater Tokyo Area. This year, the event begins on April 16. shibazakura.jp/eng/

© Photo: Akira Okada, JNTO

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