The New York Botanical Garden’s latest exhibit is dedicated to Hawaii—as seen through the eyes of Georgia O’Keeffe.
From culture to cuisine, more than mere flowers can be enjoyed at annual events across America’s sprawling botanic gardens.
From a town that showcases 4.5 million tulips a year to a remote island filled with lilacs, these flower festivals celebrate the season.
Fodor’s Editorial Photo Intern Leonard Vargas headed to the desert to snap photos of this spring’s wildflower explosion in Southern California.
If you’re in or near Southern California, make a plan to get to the Anza-Borrego Desert this month as the most vibrant wildflower display in 20 years is expected to bloom.
This little town is getting lots of attention due to one homeowner's beautifully kept garden.
Beautiful blooms take over Brussels’s famous Grand-Place for four days every two years.
Here are a few places where you can see dense concentrations of specific blooms that create seas of color.