Best places for Flower Blooms in Washington 2024


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Daffodils (March)


Catch a glimpse of these cheerful blooms popping up all over Seattle or take a scenic drive to the breathtaking daffodil fields in La Conner.

Cherry Blossoms (Mid March)

Cherry Blossoms

My absolute favorite! Experience the enchanting beauty of cherry blossoms at iconic spots like UW Quad, Washington Arboretum, Seward Park, Lincoln Park, and Seattle Center.

Tulips (April)


Head to Mt Vernon to explore four stunning tulip fields – Roozengarde, Tulip Valley Farms, Tulip Town, and Garden Rosalyn. Get ready to be mesmerized by fields of vibrant colors!

Lupins (Late April to May)


Discover the delicate charm of lupines at Van Lierop Park in Puyallup, North Rosehill Woodland Park in Kirkland, and Evans Creek Preserve in Redmond. Don't miss out on these beautiful purple gems!

Balsamroot (April to Mid June)


Venture to Central Washington and Columbia River Gorge to witness the stunning beauty of balsamroot flowers. Get ready for a breathtaking floral adventure!

Lavender (Late June to July)


Our favorites are going to the Sequim Lavender Festival but you can also go to Woodinville Lavender Farm and Lavender Hill Vashon closer to Seattle.

Wildflowers (July to August)

Experience the colorful display of wildflowers at Mt. Rainier (just remember you need a reservation this year). You can also see dahlias and assorted blooms at JB Family Growers (August to September).

Sunflowers (August to September)


Visit Maris Farms, Knutson Farms, Thomas Family Farms for a sunny field of sunflowers.


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