These particular flowers anemones hold a very special place in my heart. Growing up on a small farm in deepest Devon my father grew them in rows in our vegetable patch as they're one of my mum's favourite flowers. And I have very fond memories of seeing them transform from tiny corms into beautiful jewel blooms. Little did I know back then of the wonderful floral journey which was to unfold. I l-I-o-v-e the colour of this variety! They're from @dg_wholesaleflowers at @marketflowers and…
The Most Colorful Places on Earth - Luoping County, China Once a year, China’s Luoping County transforms into a seemingly endless sea of yellow flowers. The bright fields of canola (the plants that make the cooking oil of the same name) bloom in February and March, giving the area of Yunnan an undeniably sunny feel for two months out of the year.
Daffodils. You can even give them away as gifts! Traditionally when growing daffodils indoors, fragrant varieties are used such as the paper-white daffodil, but any small daffodils will work well, such as ‘February Gold’ or ‘Avalanche’. Simply pot them up and place them on a warm sunny windowsill. Stagger plantings from late October to November to have them in bloom for Christmas.
The desert isn’t the first place that springs to mind for spotting spring blooms, but the rarity of the occasion makes wildflower sightings that much more special. The season begins in mid-February, and the National Park Service provides weekly bloom updates and their locations, which currently include desert dandelions (located near the North Entrance) and wooly daisies (along the trails off Keys View Road).Peak bloom: Various wildflowers through early May
Luoping, Yunnan Province, China - In early spring, the small county of Luoping turns yellow as the rapeseed flowers (also known as canola) burst into bloom. The best time to visit this 'sea of yellow' is from February through March.