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Season of Blossoms

Submitted by on April 16, 2014 – 8:33 amNo Comment

wisconsin_door-county_season-of-blossomsRoad Trips Gardeners have two months to check out what’s blooming in Door County, Wisconsin. Now through June 8, 2014, it’s the Season of Blossoms — the time of year when the landscape comes alive with an abundance of bright, multicolored flowers.

From early spring to late fall, the Wisconsin peninsula comes alive with a wide variety of beautiful blossoms. This chart highlights the blooming seasons of the most popular species. Because blooms are weather dependent, the dates given here are only approximate — but we all know that, right?

Door County’s natural environment is both beautiful and fragile. Some of the same geographic and geologic attributes that give the county its beauty are also responsible for its thin soils. In order to protect plant and animal life for the enjoyment of future generations, please do not pick the blossoms.

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