Spring is almost in bloom, which means it’s just about time for Washington’s breathtaking floral fields to make their grand entrance. With the first colorful buds set to make an appearance as early as next month — we’ve put together a roundup of the best flower festivals near Seattle for you to check out this spring.

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La Conner Daffodil Festival

Start the spring season off in bloom at the La Conner Daffodil Festival, with beautiful fields of bright yellow blooms and a backdrop of a snocapped Mount Baker. Events and exhibits will take place throughout March at participating farms in La Conner, Washington — home of the largest producers of daffodils in the US.

When: March
Where: Participating farms in La Conner, Washington
Cost: Free/Varies

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

Washington’s most iconic tulip festival is back this April with unique displays taking place at four different farms across the Skagit Valley.

Immerse yourself in an endless kaleidoscope of colors as you wander through endless rows of vibrant blooms. And don’t forget to take home a hand-picked bouquet from your visit!

When: April
Where: Participating farms in the Skagit Valley
Cost: Varies

White Salmon Wildflower Festival

Nestled in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge, this new flower festival is making its debut this spring to celebrate the natural beauty of White Salmon. Going beyond the typical flower festival experience, guests of the festival can immerse themselves in guided hikes amidst the colorful wildflowers, engage in painting workshops, indulge in wine walks, and even participate in a scenic half marathon winding through never-ending floral fields.

Events celebrating the local wildflowers will run throughout the month of May in White Salmon, Washington.

When: May
Where: Columbia River Gorge
Cost: Varies

And there you have it — the best pick of the bunch. Enjoy!