Saturday, May 6, 2017

Explore San Diego: The Flower Fields

Imagine a place where everyone is photogenic.
Every nature shot is instantly shareable.  
Every family photo is Christmas card worthy.
Every selfie is magic.

Where is this place?  
The Flower Fields

This being my first spring in Southern California, I had no idea these fields exited until friends started talking about it and posting all the pictures.    Not wanting to miss out, I knew I needed to make the trip to Carlsbad before the season ends.

What flowers make up the fields?   It's 50 acres of Giant Tecolote Ranunculus flowers and they are all different colors, planted in rainbow rows.  

You can walk through the fields or take a wagon ride.  Maybe even get a strawberry sundae made with local Carlsbad-grown berries.    The fields are a beautiful way to spend an hour or two in the spring.
So many colors 

And, of course, make sure to take a lot of photos.

Flowers in your future?  
Visit their site to see the hours and the length of the season.   For 2017, the season ends on May 14th.

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