22 Stunning Photos Of Spring Flowers Around The World

Published May 19, 2016
Updated February 12, 2018

There are few times of the year more beautiful than spring. As the weather warms up, green fields and budding trees transform into bright, colorful expanses of daisies, wildflowers, and roses. From the blushing cherry blossoms that dot Japan’s fields to the vibrant tulip fields that bring vivid color to Holland’s lush landscapes, spring flowers are one of the world’s greatest marvels:

Colorful Spring Flowers
Flowers are seen in Carlsbad, California. The nearly 50 acres of Giant Tecolote Ranunculus flowers that make up the view above are in full bloom for approximately six to eight weeks each year, from early March through early May. Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images

Taking Photo Flowers
A woman takes pictures of colorful tulips in full bloom at Showa Kinen Park in Tokyo. Toru Yamanaka/AFP/Getty Images

Yellow Against Dark Blue
Daffodils that have been left to flower at Fentongollan Farm near Truro, England. Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Man Tulips
A man looks out over a tulip display in the Sultanahmet district on in Istanbul, Turkey. Every April Istanbul celebrates the coming of spring with the annual Tulip Festival, now in its tenth year. Chris McGrath/Getty Images

Purple Tulips
A young girl is seen among a bed of tulips in bloom in the Sultanahmet district in Istanbul, Turkey. Chris McGrath/Getty Images

Dog Yellow Flower
This seven-year-old sheep dog named Twig performs tricks for photographers among daffodils in Birmingham, England. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Germany Cherry Blossom
Blooming cherry blossom trees are seen in the streets of the historic district on April 18, 2016 in Bonn, Germany. Andreas Rentz/Getty Images

Walking People Tulips
People view the tulips at the Descano Gardens in La Canada Flintridge, California. Frederic J. BrownAFP/Getty Images

Blue Stroller
A child stands in Lazienki Park in Warsaw, Poland.JANEK SKARZYNSKI/AFP/Getty Images

Hat Bike Flowers
Dutch tulips at the Harrogate Spring Flower Show in Harrogate, England. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

White Cherry Blossom
People look at cherry blossoms in full bloom in Tokyo. TORU YAMANAKA/AFP/Getty Images

Little Girl Sniffing
A little girl plays in the daffodils in St. James Park in London, England. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Van Gogh Flower Art
People look at a tulip portrait of Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh in Lisse, Netherlands. Remko de Waal/AFP/Getty Images

Stripes Of Flowers Color
Farmer Christiane Degenhardt (C) and friend Barbara Ulferts gather tulips at Degenhardt's tulip field near Schwaneberg, Germany. Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Tulip Mountain
An Indian police officer walks in the Tulip Garden in Srinagar. Tauseef Mustafat/AFP/Getty Images

Girl Running Cherry
A girl runs under blossoming apple trees in Moscow's Kolomenskoye Park. Alexander Utkin/AFP/Getty Images

Wind turbines spin behind rows of tulips at the Degenhardt-Sellmann Spezialkulturen tulip fields as a couple walks by near Magdeburg in Schwaneberg, Germany. Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Little Boy Tulips
Betie, from London, plays among the daffodils in St James Park in London, England. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Overview China
Aerial image shows cherry blossoms, magnolia flowers and rape flowers in Hongfeng Lake, Guizhou Province of China. ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images

Yellow Pink Sky Flowers
Giant Tecolote Ranunculus flowers in Carlsbad, California.Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images

Brooklyn Botanical Garden Cherry Blossom Festival
Visitors gather beneath cherry trees for the Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Annual Sakura Matsuri Cherry Blossom Festival in New York City. The festival celebrates the flowering of the garden's "Sekiyama" cherry trees. Mario Tama/Getty Images

Bird Cherry Blossom
A parakeet sits on a blossom branch in St James's Park in London, England.Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Enjoy these spring flowers? Next, check out the world's most interesting trees and rooftop gardens.

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