Appreciating the colorful flower gardens

"Hanabito Kaido 237"(Flower Road)

Because so many different types of flowers bloom in the many flower gardens, Route 237 which runs from Biei to Kamifurano, Nakafurano, Furano, Minami Furano and Shimukappu is call the [Hanabito Kaido], which means "Flower Drive." The drive is always bustling with visitors who are garden hopping Hokkaido's beautiful flower gardens and taking in the vast scenery. Here we introduce the gardens that lie along the drive and explain which flowers bloom according to each month.

Flower Farms along Route 237 "Flower Road"

Some planted flowers may differ from the original schedule depending on the circumstances of each farm. For details please contact each farm directly.

1. Zerubu Hill and Atom Hill
2. Hokusei Hill
3. Shikisai-no-Oka
4. Kanno Farm
Kamifurano
5. Lavender Owner's Garden on Miyamatouge Pass
Kamifurano
6. Flower Land Kamifurano
Kamifurano
7. Farm Tomita
Nakafurano
8. Choei Lavender Farm Nakafurano
Nakafurano
9. Saika-no-Sato Lavender Farm
Nakafurano
10. Hana-monogatari
Nakafurano
11. Hitsuji-no-Oka Lavender Garden
Nakafurano
12. Rokugo Viewing Platform
13. Ito Iris Garden
Shimukappu

Flowers that can be seen along the Flower Road

Spring Flowers
Poppies
Blue Salvia
French Marigolds
Iris Germanica
Rhugosa Roses
Lupines
Tulips
Baby's Breath
Chinese Peony
Chives
French Crysanthemums
Lilacs
Rhodanthe
Moss Phlox
Sweet Williams
Summer Flowers
Sunflowers
Cosmos
Hydrangea
Sweet William
Catchfly
Rhodgersia
podophylla
Dense Blazing Star
Pot Marigold

Fall Flowers
Dahlias
Field Mustard
Spider Flowers
Winter

Inside the green house on Farm Tomita, you can see Lavender, Begonias, Passion Flower and much more between November and March. Visiting the quiet winter fields can be a peaceful getaway.

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