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4.5 Million Flowers Bloom Across Japanese Park Like a Never-Ending Sea of Blue Lights

In Japan flowers peak in plentiful and very attractive.

Japanese people believe, some lovely and incomparable varieties bloom every time of year to make the people happy. There are many flower lands in Japan and some of them are government’s and some are owned by farmers. Many tourists visit these places yearly to enjoy the uniqueness of these flower gardens.

Anyone would not miss the Hitachi Seaside Park near Mito in the Ibaraki Prefecture When traveling to Japan as all the 190 acres are full of many varieties of flowers and it also consists of cycling and walking paths for tourists.

Late April to mid-May is the best time period to visit this place it exhibits a magnificent image.

86 acres of Miharashi hills are covered by 45 million Nemophilia flowers which are also named “Baby blue eyes.”. We exactly don’t have any idea of the way they calculated the flowers, but it’s the true count. The flowers are all over the mountains just like an elegant mat rather than the sidewalks. Once you visit there you’ll definitely enjoy the place as it’s really a world out of this world.

The beautiful flower sea is closed on 4th April due to the current situation prevailing all over the world. You won’t be able to visit that place any time soon. But the video below will make your day and you can keep hopes to visit there once this situation is over.

You also can try planting baby blue eyes at your garden. It is sturdy, small bushes with succulents stalks maintenance is really easy.

These flowers grow properly in USDA resistant zones 2-10. You need to add compost with soil prior to sowing the seeds and you can have a successful plant. Early spring is the best period to grow them as they’ll have an inclined shade and some wind protection.

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Gisteren introduceerden we het Hitachi Seaside Park. Het speciale aan dit park is dat het niet alleen leuk is om te bezoeken in de lente, maar het hele jaar door! ⠀⠀⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ Zo groeien er in de lente deze bosliefjes, ook wel nemophila genoemd, die je op de foto ziet. In de zomer bloeien de zonnebloemen, in de herfst de cosmos bloemen en in de winter kan je prachtige ice cream tulpen vinden. En dit is alleen nog maar een kleine selectie! ? ⠀⠀⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ #hitachiseasidepark #japan #bloemen #travel #discoverjapan #japanreizen #explorejapan #japantrip #rondreis #visitjapan #japantravel #instatravel #reizen #travelgram #photooftheday #vakantie #reisinspiratie #reisblogger #reisfotografie #wanderlust

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The plants need plenty of water in the first 6 weeks and no need for watering when they bloom.

You’ll feel so happy once they bloom as they are going to hide all the stems and leaves with their flowers all around the garden. These flowers don’t have any issue with pets or any health conditions as they are not around for too long and they will draw many bees and butterflies when they bloom.

source used : themindunleashed.com

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