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Spring Color in Arkansas

Daffodils delight and tulips tempt as Spring returns to the Natural State.
When warmer weather returns to Arkansas, the trees, plants and flowers "spring" back to life.

Whether it's in your own backyard or anywhere else you look, the colors of the new season will be evident.

Trees in bloom will take on a variety of colors before their leaves emerge.

The flowers we all associate with the arrival of Spring often start popping up in February. Daffodil festivals are held in March at Camden and Wye Mountain (West Pulaski County) to celebrate the yellow blooms.



In April, Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs holds its annual month-long Tulip Extravaganza. Visitors can expect to see 125,000 vibrant tulips, plus tens of thousands of fragrant hyacinths and other spring bulbs, hundreds of red, pink, violet, and white azaleas, and thousands of delicate dogwood blossoms.



Click here for information about other events at Garvan Woodland Gardens.

Click here for information on upcoming festivals in April.

Click here to see what other festivals are going on where you can get out and enjoy the colors of Spring in Arkansas.

ArkansasMatters.com is having an Arkansas Spring photo contest.

Click here to submit your photo of a beautiful outdoor scene in Arkansas for a chance to win a single night stay at TownPlace Suites by Marriott in Little Rock. (Photo must be taken in Arkansas).

Photos courtesy: Garvan Woodland Gardens and Wye Mountain Daffodil Festival


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