Washington D.C. Or on the other hand Tokyo, Japan:
The fragile pretty white and pink blossoms of cherry trees are probably the loveliest sight of spring. Head to Tokyo or another significant city of Japan, where many streets are lined by these dazzling trees, and blossoms downpour down on you as you stroll by. Washington D.C. also has many cherry trees which blossom prolifically in spring. They were given to the U.S. as a gift by the chairman of Tokyo in 1912 and now line the banks of the Potomac River Basin and flank the city’s landmarks.
Mojave Desert, California or Alpine Meadows, Europe:
From mid-February to mid-May, the genuinely parched Mojave Desert in California springs into lively color. Swathes of orange California poppies fluoresce over the landscape. To see these distinctive splashes of color visit the Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve where poppies and other wild flowers spread the ground each spring. On the other hand, for similarly emotional swathes of spring flowers, visit meadows high in the Alps, where fragile yet brilliantly colored knoll flowers put on fantastic displays for those climbing the many magnificent trails in the zone. You don’t have to go too far away from home however, to see the striking displays of spring. Chances are that you will have the option to see flowers in a garden or forest close to you. Why not accept the open door this spring to visit some areas close to home? Get out or camp in neighborhood forest or mountains, visit a botanic gardens or gardens of a castle or stately home. Opportunities are endless, so get out there and experience the joys of Spring.