See the Snapdragons at Tobu Zoo Park’s Flower Festival

18.May.2019 | SPOT

If you head to Tobu Zoo Park right now you will be able to see the snapdragons in full bloom. They are located in the Campus Garden which is part of Heartful Garden, a garden made up of five areas each with their own theme.

 

The Campus Garden is made up of over 6,600m² of flower beds. Planted on one side of the garden are winding rows of five different coloured snapdragons which will are now in the height of their bloom until early June.

You also won’t want to miss the Rose Garden where around 220 species of roses are bunched together. From late May to early June, you’ll also be able to catch a glimpse of 16 species of roses which were inducted in the Hall of Fame by the triennial World Rose Convention, as well as rose arches and gazebos.

 

School students are set to perform a garden concert at the Welcome Garden and event stage too.

 

Enjoy a spring day out in Japanese nature this year at Tobu Zoo Park.

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