Cherry blossoms, also known as sakura in Japan, are the small, delicate pink flowers produced by cherry blossom trees.
Canola is a crop with plants from three to five feet tall that produce pods from which seeds are harvested and crushed to create canola oil and meal
Pear blossoms first appear as green buds that later become white as the weather warms, sometimes a month into spring
Several hundred flowering wisteria also known as Purple Fuji, will be displaying their regal purple hues at each stage.
Shibazakura blooms from mid April to about late May. They spread over the ground like a giant pink carpet, dazzling the eyes of those who visit.
The tulip is the most popular of the spring-flowering bulbs. It also offers the greatest variety in color, shape, and form of any bulb.
Tropical Jacaranda trees bewitch visitors with cheerful purple blossoms, which symbolize the arrival of spring. Jacaranda can survive and rebound under a harsh environment.
The symbol of love since ancient days. Some of the species are a great source of vitamin C. Therefore, rosehips are often used as an ingredient in food products and supplements.
Lupine is a perennial herbaceous plant of different colors. It is named after ‘Lupus’ the Latin word for the wolf as it is poisonous like a wolf that kills livestock.
Lavenders are spike-like flowers made of multiple, small purple flowers or “florets” on long narrow stems. Most lavender is purple color but some may comes in yellow or pink.
Sunflower grown for its seeds. These cheerful plants have a history of healing to soothe chest pain and pulmonary troubles.