4.5 Million Blue Flowers Are in Bloom at a Japanese Park and It Looks Likes Something From a Fairy Tale

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With the virus still in full swing, people have been forced to put their travels on hold, however, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing for these spectacular gardens…

One garden, in particular, has got everyone talking, after people think the incredible photographs look more like an ocean than a flowerbed.

Keep scrolling for the unbelievable pictures…

Being among nature is said to reduce stress and overall improve mental wellbeing.

We can still appreciate our green spaces.

A garden resembling the ocean, which has been left empty of visitors, has caused quite a stir online.

Keep scrolling for stunning pictures of some of the world’s most beautiful gardens, and to find out where in the world they are…

This botanical garden isn’t just for display, it also protects a variety of animals including deer, beavers, butterflies, and birds.

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You can’t turn a corner in Giardini Botanici Villa Taranto, without being blown away.

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But they are alive and well here in the Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, in Thailand.

The Gardens of Chateau de Villandry in France has three different gardens… I don’t even have one!

I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything so meticulous than the Gardens of Versailles.

Despite the Ashikaga Flower Park being closed, all staff are still looking after the plants, including their prized “Great Wisteria.”

The Azalea Festival kicks offs shortly after the cherry blossom season ends, which would have been right about now, at the Nezu Shrine – one of the oldest shrines in Tokyo!

Keukenhof has over 7 million flowering plants and is only open in spring, but they recently shared a video with their Instagram followers…

which means visitors can take a look at the gardens from the comfort of their homes, bringing the outside in.

Well, you’re wrong…

The most spectacular flower event in Japan is the Nemophila (Baby blue eyes) festival held in Hitachi Seaside Park.

People have been sharing their favorite pictures of the park, and they’re unbelievably beautiful.

But the good news is there are plenty of pictures to go around…

It’s almost impossible to take a person-free landscape shot!

I’d have to fight the urge to go running through the flowers, as visitors have to stick to the path.

I don’t know about you, but I’m already planning my trip. Keep scrolling to take a look at these unique strawberry blonde sunflowers… Their petals are stunning!