These days, the number of tourists flocking to Japan and the American tourism is increasing, so that you can enjoy the beautiful blue sea and the dramatic blue sky in Southern California. According to Lonely Planet, it is estimated that 4.5 million Nemophila (or green eyed) flowers are blooming in the coastal park. Hitachi, located on the seashore of Hitachi City in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan.
With a total area of 350 hectares, of which about 200 hectares are visitor. Hitachi Park is known for its flower paradise with various flowers blooming in four seasons. Among them, blue droplets, tulips, sunflowers, daffodils, daffodils or bushes of love turn red when it comes to.
 Especially, during these days, when Japanese tourists visit to visit the park you can walk on the little streets around the hills Miharashi No Oka to see nemophila blossom bloom. From Tokyo, visitors can take about an hour from Tokyo Station Station to Katsuta Station, the closest stop to Hitachi Park. Then take a 20-minute bus ride to the park entrance.
Meanwhile, according to Reuters, nearly 20 hectares of crayfish flowers are blooming in the Carlsbad Ranch area of San Diego, California, USA. Giant Tecolote Ranunculus (Giant Tecolote Ranunculus) has many different colors such as white, pink, yellow, orange … usually grown with tubers. One to germinate into branches, if well-cared for, can produce dozens of flowers.