Year after year the diverse landscape of the United States brings together nature lovers to enjoy the most breathtaking flower festivals. From Poppies to Tulips to cherry blossoms, our guide of the The most Breath Taking Flower Festivals in the US will help you will discover something blooming in every corner of the continent.
These exciting events is where plant enthusiasts, artists, and musicians gather to immerse themselves in a landscape of vivid colors, floral fragrances, and fields of vibrant and mesmerizing flowers. The breathtaking florals at Garden and Flower Festivals present a visual feast that inspires innovating landscaping for backyard gardeners and landscape professionals alike. The festivals also showcases various artistic music and dance performances, creative workshops, and activities that celebrate the appreciation for flowers across many different cultures and areas across the US.
Whether you are a gardening enthusiast looking for inspiration or someone who appreciates the beauty of nature, the annual Flower and Garden Festivals are wonderful experience for all ages.
The annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is month long festival boasting more tulips than Holland itself. The tulip fields are located across over 300 acres in the picturesque town of Mt Vernon, Washington. Taking place during the month of April, the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival attracts over a million visitors each year. Visitors can drive around the rows of colorful tulip fields scattered throughout the Skagit Valley. Highlights of the festival include a parade, several art shows, a petting farm and live music.
California poppies cover the hillsides in a sea of orange in the Antelope Valley in April. The California Poppy Festival celebrates the state flower of California. The California Poppy Festival in the Antelope Valley is a three day weekend event that features talented local artists, artwork and crafts for all ages, live musical shows and performances, exciting family fun activities, artisans and culinary chefs showcasing their one of a kind recipes and sharing gourmet food & wine, and breathtaking flower shows of poppies arranged in a world of colorful and contrasting flowers.
Every year, the National Cherry Blossom Festival celebrates the gift of 3,000 cherry trees from the mayor of Tokyo to Washington DC. The cherry trees framing the Tidal Basin are the main attraction during the National Cherry Blossom Festival. Walk along the Basin and enjoy the breathtaking views of the pink flowering trees framing the city’s most iconic landmarks. The Festivals events include a parade and marching bands. Nearly 100 cultural performances are held during the three-week festival. Entertainment includes traditional and contemporary Japanese music, dance, song and martial arts demonstrations. Events are free and open to the public.
For over 30 years in the heart of Texas, Dallas Blooms has been named one of the best Flower Festivals in the United States. The garden explodes with 100 kinds of spring bulbs totaling 500,000 blooms and colorful landscape at every turn. Dallas Blooms features tulips, daffodils, Dutch Iris and hyacinths, pansies, violas, poppies and thousands of other annuals and perennials. The star of this spring celebration is the garden’s 3,000 azaleas that bloom during Late February and April.
The Tulip Time Festival is an annual festival held in Holland, Michigan. The Holland, Michigan area boasts nearly five million tulips, planted & ready to burst forth in bloom in early spring. Located in City parks, at public attractions, and along City streets. Every year the Tulip Time Festival features parades, traditional Dutch Dance performances, concerts, theater, attractions, Dutch food and more.