Let's love flowers in winter too! Here are some cute winter peonies and daffodils that bloom in early spring.

  • Winter blooming botan in Bihoku Hillside National Government Park (Photo cooperation: Shobara Kanko Navi)
  • Narcissus in Bihoku Hillside National Government Park (Photo cooperation: Shobara Sightseeing Navi)
  • Winter blooming botan in Bihoku Hillside National Government Park (Photo cooperation: Shobara Kanko Navi)
  • Narcissus in Bihoku Hillside National Government Park (Photo cooperation: Shobara Sightseeing Navi)

Photo courtesy of: Shobara Kanko Navi

The winter peony, with its bright red and pink flowers shining in the winter scenery, is popular for its cute appearance covered with frost-shielding straw. Narcissus, which are in full bloom from around mid-March, add colorful colors to the flower garden in early spring, which is still a little cold.

Winter blooming botan <National Bihoku Hillside Park>

(Photo cooperation: Shobara Kanko Navi)

Relax in the adorable figure that colors the garden of the winter landscape

Originally it is a flower that blooms from April to May, but the peony in the state-run Bihoku Hillside Park has been adjusted so that it blooms in winter. A winter blooming botan exhibition is held from mid-January to mid-February, and about 120 stocks of 30 varieties are exhibited while being replaced. The flower pot is covered with a straw como, and you can enjoy a tasty view.

Photo courtesy of: Shobara Kanko Navi

Narcissus <National Bihoku Hillside Park>

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A superb view where yellow gradation spreads

A daffodil garden where daffodils spread all over the hill that heralds the arrival of spring. The sight of approximately 1.2 million and 700 varieties of daffodils, the largest in western Japan, in full bloom is truly a superb view. A Bihoku flower picnic is held every year from mid-March to early May. The contrast with the peach blossoms also enhances the flower garden in early spring.

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