Spring is our prime blooming season — featuring A Million Blooms!
In April you’ll find thousands of daffodils, tulips, cherry blossoms, magnolias, peonies, azaleas and spring ephemerals like Virginia bluebells.
Our Bright Spots list of what’s currently blooming will help you plan your visit. You can also download and print a PDF of the current Bright Spots list, including descriptions and location in the Garden.
Narcissus ‘Tahiti’ features a tropical combination of yellow and orange in it bloom. You’ll find this beauty throughout the Garden.
As you walk along the Main Garden Path, you will see Magnolia × ‘Sundance’ on the right-hand side. This beauty has a profusion of pale yellow blooms that seem to shimmer in the sunshine and make a striking impression against a deep blue sky. See if you can smell its magnificent fragrance in the air.
You will likely smell the heavenly fragrance of Syringa meyeri ‘Palibin’ before you see it. The small star-shaped, clustered blooms seem understated compared to the the intense smell. The lilac features purple buds opening to conical lavender flowers. You’ll find it planted around many walkways in Flagler Garden.