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Flower Fields Across the World Perfect for your Engagement Proposal Backdrop

Velvety fields full of colorful blooms from around the world to be your proposal backdrop! Check out our blog for more details!

 

Sometimes the beauty that this planet holds surely overwhelms us. Things that we take so easily for granted, like the grass blade which burst through the dirt to turn our land into a carpet of grass, the bright cornflower blue skies adorned with white puffy clouds, from the thousands of colorful blooms which decorate our gardens to glassy bubbling brooks which etch our terrains. There is so much to see and fall in love with, we can spend every day of our lives in constant awe of nature’s beauty, and never run out of things to marvel over! Flowers are nature’s best gift to our planet and it is poetic justice for flowers to be so closely connected to love, another marvel of nature!

It is no surprise that flowers are used in all the major love events of our lives, whether it is while proposing, gifting your loved one something special, or getting married! Whether it is the trail of rose petals leading to your lover knelt on one knee, with the biggest smile plastered on the face, or it is a bouquet sent by your lover, signed with the words full of promises- “Yours truly, forever!” flowers seem to get the job done right every time! So of course when you want to propose to the love of your life, you want the gorgeous blooms to be on the backdrop! If asking that crucial question surrounded by the sweet fragrance of flowers and a kaleidoscopic riot of colors is something that you want to prioritize, we have just the perfect blog for you!

Let us go around the world on an exciting adventure, and scour for the most gorgeous flower fields in the world for you to consider when you ask your sweetheart to be yours forever! Are you ready?

Agassiz Tulip Festival, British Columbia, Canada

Tulips are the queens of flower fields and this particular one is the queen of all tulip fields, and it’s easy to see that. The Agassiz Tulip Festival would be simply another field of tulips if it weren’t for the surrounding terrain. It is situated against the snow-capped Mount Cheam, in a prime tulip-viewing setting. The festival has 30 different tulip types spread out across 40 acres of vibrant color. In comparison to other producers in North America, the tulip rows here are over 700 meters long and our tulip beds are almost two meters broad. They are the only grower in Canada, and most likely the United States, who uses this modern method imported directly from Holland to plant our tulips. The result is a gorgeous spread of stunning tulips which are perfect for the most important time of your life.

Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

In Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan, Hitachi Seaside Park is a public park. The park, which spans 190 hectares, is noted for its baby blue-eyes flowers, with 4.5 million of the translucent-petaled blue blooms blossoming in the spring attracting visitors. The park has a million daffodils, 170 species of tulips, and many more blooms, in addition to the yearly “Nemophila Harmony.” Cycling routes and a small amusement park with a Ferris wheel are included in the park. The park has millions of flowering flowers throughout the year, including narcissus and tulips in the spring, baby blue-eyes and roses in the early summer, zinnia in the summer, and Kochia and cosmos in the fall. The gorgeous park in this magical land sure ensures you and your partner have the best proposal experience ever.

Sunflower Fields, Tuscany, Italy

Tuscany is one of the most romantic spots to observe sunflowers. In the summer, there are fields all over the area, between ancient villages sitting on hilltops. Sunflower fields are a must-see for anybody visiting Tuscany in the summer. They can be seen driving from Florence to Siena or somewhere else. The Maremma region is known for its sunflowers. When traveling down the coast to Pian d’Alma or Castiglione Della Pescaia, you may see vast scenic fields. Beginning in June, the first signs of green growth develop. And this is the sole hint as to where these new fields would appear. However, by late June, the fields have begun to turn yellow, and everything becomes yellow. This trend is expected to continue well beyond August. Can you imagine anything better than getting proposed with a Tuscany sunflower field surrounding you? We can’t either!

Keukenhof Gardens, Netherlands

When it comes to flowers, the Netherlands is undoubtedly the first place that springs to mind. Keukenhof, often known as the Garden of Europe, is one of the world’s largest flower gardens, located in the Netherlands’ municipality of Lisse. Keukenhof Park is 79 acres in size, and roughly 7 million flower bulbs are planted each year on the grounds. Although tulips are the most well-known flower at Keukenhof, it also has hyacinths, daffodils, lilies, roses, carnations, and irises. Though its grounds are available all year for private events and festivals, Keukenhof is only open to the general public for an 8-week tulip show from mid-March to mid-May, with peak viewing around mid-April, depending on the growing period weather, which fluctuates annually. Every year, some 7 million flower bulbs are planted in the park, resulting in vast colorful rugs with an array of colors found nowhere else on the planet, which is just perfect for popping the question in front of your sweetheart.

Lavender Fields, Provence, France

The Lavender Route in Provence is an incredible panoramic journey that takes you through some of the country’s most beautiful communities. During the summer, when the plants are in full bloom, fields, and fields of lavender may be seen all along the route. The lavender fields of Provence are among the best in the world, and surely among the most well-known. When the spring poppies have all but vanished by early summer, vivid lavender flowers arrive, turning the already serene environment into a patchwork of colors. The lavender fields of Provence, however, aren’t simply a source of pride for residents; they’re also a major Provence destination that attracts people from all over the world year after year. Some of the best spots in Provence to see lavender is focused on three key areas- the Valensole Plateau, the Sault Plateau, and the Luberon Valley. With endless fields of lavender surrounding you, the bright blue sky above, and the lover in your arms, we promise your French proposal moment will be magical and out of this world!

Carlsbad Flower Fields, California, USA

Carlsbad Flower Fields has about 50 acres of lovely ranunculus flowers throughout the spring. Galloping along the Carlsbad coast, it has spectacular colors. Mother Nature has transformed the rolling hills of North San Diego County into one of the most stunning and well-coordinated displays of natural color and beauty anywhere on the planet for over sixty years. The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch in Carlsbad, California, consists of roughly fifty acres of Giant Tecolote Ranunculus flowers that bloom for six to eight weeks each year, from early March to early May, bringing the iconic fields back to life. This annual display of color, which has become a part of the community’s tradition, is also one of nature’s official ways of announcing the advent of spring in Southern California. Within the country, this field is highly accessible and will be perfect for that special moment of your life!

Canola Flower Fields, Luoping, China

The blossoming of canola flowers blankets huge farmlands in Luoping County from February to March, turning them golden to the horizon. A sea of yellow flowers contrasts brilliantly with rows and rows of dark mountains in the backdrop. Luoping, in China’s southern region, is home to some unique sights. Luoping, like Yuanyang, is known for its rice field terraces, but it also has its natural beauty. Every spring, the fields of Canola, often known as rapeseed, transform into a beautiful golden sea. These valuable rapeseed blossoms, from which cooking oil is made, cover vast expanses. Mountains and summits, such as Golden Rooster Hill, provide the best panoramic vistas. The wonderful flowering landscapes that attract tourists and photographers are a major attraction here. These fields offer sights that will surely take your sweetheart’s breath away, and you are sure to get a “Yes!” for your question!

Sakura Tulip Festival, Sakura, Japan

In April, Sakura Furusato Park hosts the Sakura Tulip Festival. In a field with a Dutch windmill in the background, the park is elegantly decked with 530,000 bulbs of 108 species of tulips. The windmill symbolizes Japan’s connection with the Netherlands, and it is the only one of its kind in Japan. Its appearance among tulip fields transports you to the Netherlands. Aside from cherry blossoms, Japan’s springtime brings a plethora of other gorgeous blooms. Cherry blossoms aren’t the only flowers that bloom in Japan in the spring; many other types of flowers bloom as well. The bright, beautiful, and cute Tulip is one of the must-see flowers in Japan during spring. The largest Tulip field in Kanto is found in Sakura Oldness and Open Space in Sakura City, Chiba Prefecture. Tulips in various shades of red, yellow, pink, and white carpet the large field, which is punctuated by a charming windmill in the Dutch style.

Flower Fields, Netherlands

How do you discuss flower meadows without mentioning the Netherlands? The bulb district is the area between Haarlem and Leiden, where more than three billion tulips are planted each year. Vibrant blues, reds, pinks, and yellows stretch as far as the eye can see, like a rainbow. The tulip season runs from March to August when the Dutch landscape is transformed into a sea of tulips. The Netherlands is ideal for tulip cultivation because of its lengthy spring season and calm nights. The polders’ soil is constantly drained, which provides ideal growing conditions for tulip bulbs, which prefer well-drained but moist soil. Tulips convert large portions of the Netherlands into a bright patchwork quilt from mid-March to the end of May. If you visit the Netherlands in April, be sure to view the tulips; you’ll find fields bursting with vibrant color everywhere, all perfect for your lovely proposal.

Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm Festival, Oregon, USA

Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm is open to the public for a month, but with over 50 acres of different varieties of tulips, there is always something blooming. The Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival is one of Oregon’s top spring attractions, with acres of tulips and more than 100 acres of outdoor space and activities. The festival usually begins at the end of March and lasts until the end of April. If you want to wow your sweetheart without having to fly to another country, this is just the spot for you to explore, and we promise you won’t be disappointed.

Fuji Shibazakura Flower Festival, Japan

The Fuji Shibazakura Matsuri or Fuji Shibazakura Festival is one of the greatest and most popular ways to see shibazakura, also known as pink moss or phlox moss. The festival is hosted in the Fuji Five Lakes area, about three kilometers south of Lake Motosuko, and offers stunning views of wide fields of shibazakura, with Mount Fuji in the background on clear days. It is held from mid-April to early June. The greatest time to see the flowers changes from year to year, but the first three weeks of May are usually the prettiest. Approximately 800,000 shibazakura stalks of five distinct types are on show, creating lovely fields of pink, white, and purple colors in various shades. The setting is perfectly romantic for you to ask that question tucked away in your mind.

Dubai Flower Garden, UAE

The magnificent Dubai Miracle Garden, built in the middle of the desert, is the world’s largest natural flower garden. The 45 million flowers in the 72,000-square-meter colorful garden are shaped into hearts, stars, igloos, pyramids, flower-decked vintage cars, arc-shaped walkways, and other shapes. The Dubai Miracle Garden is a flower garden in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in the district of Dubailand. In 2013, the garden was inaugurated on Valentine’s Day and contains over 50 million blooms and 250 million plants, making it the world’s largest natural floral garden. The Garden Tourism Awards presented the garden with the Moselle Award for New Garden Experiences of the Year in April 2015. A stunning garden offering gorgeous views of jaw-dropping blooms, you are sure to have an amazing time here!

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, Washington, USA

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival takes place in April. Over 100 species of colorful tulips are neatly planted across the 350 acres of fields. The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is an annual tulip festival held in Washington’s Skagit Valley. It takes place every year in the spring, from April 1 to April 30. Shorelines, bays, islands, mountains, the Skagit River, and one of the largest and most diverse agricultural communities west of the Cascade mountain range are among the natural beauties of the Magic Skagit Valley. During the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival and throughout the year, Skagit Valley Farmers invite guests to enjoy a scenic drive around the valley and learn about farming. With so many different types of tulips out there, the sights are going to be nothing short of spectacular and romantic.

Flowers are precious and there are not enough words in the dictionary to express the magic that the velvety petals of the brightly colored flowers bring to our lives. So of course you want your proposal to be just as magical and only the best sights in the world will do the trick. As you search for the perfect spots to ask the most important questions in your life, we hope we were able to help you find your perfect proposal setting! Happy engagement!

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