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Flower fields around the world that are super gorgeous

A field full of flowers can be one of the prettiest and most romantic places in the world. Here are 10 such locations that can be found around the globe.

Tulips in the Netherlands

You can see these colorful blooms in and around Amsterdam during March, April and May. Cycling the Flower Route or visiting the Keukenhof Gardens makes for better viewing.

Bluebonnets in Texas

Drive through Texas Hill Country in April, and you're bound to see bluebonnets. The Texas Department of Transportation scatters more than 30,000 pounds of wildflower seed per year.

Poppies of the California Mojave Desert

Each spring, the grasslands of the Mojave Desert come to life with fields of orange and red poppies as far as the eye can see.

Daffodils in the Cotswolds, U.K.

Early spring brings daffodils to the Cotswolds. See them on a walk through Gloucestershire's Leadon Valley, aptly nicknamed Daffodil Way.

Baby Blue Eyes at the Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

Japan may be best known for cherry blossoms, but at Hitachi Seaside Park, it's the rolling hills of baby blue eyes that steal the show.

Sunflowers in Tuscany, Italy

As you drive between medieval villages perched on hilltops, you'll pass endless fields of these yellow beauties when they peak in mid-July.

Ranunculus fields in San Diego, California

A visit to the Carlsbad Flower Fields has become a local spring tradition. Over 50 acres of hills along the coast are covered in rainbow-hued ranunculus blooms.

Bluebells in England

In spring, the woodlands of England put on a colorful spectacle when wildflowers create a carpet of purple and blue in the 1,100 bluebell woods scattered throughout the country.

Wildflowers in Washington

There's a little bit of everything in the wildflower fields of Mt. Rainier National Park in spring, and the colorful meadows enjoy a backdrop of the snow-capped peak.

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