A never-ending ocean of 4.5 million flowers in Japan

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The Hitachi Seaside Park is one of the most beautiful parks in the planet: A place where millions of flowers grow every year in the most amazing displays of colors imaginable. Here you can see about 4.5 million baby-blue nemophilas blossoming in April—but there's more, much more.

Top image by Teerayut Hiruntaraporn.

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Photo by Atsushi Motoyama

It's not all about the nemophilas. Here you can see tulips carefully planted to a river of blue among a rainbowed land.

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And in the fall everything turns red and pink:

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HijoDePuta
HijoDePuta

Does anyone know what those red shrubs are in the foreground of this picture? I want to plant my entire yard with those, so it looks like I have an infestation of giant Tribbles!