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Alternative Sakura: Scotland wants to lure tourists to the new “chip”

Альтернатива сакуре: Шотландия хочет переманить туристов новой "фишкой"The country will host a festival of snowdrops.

In Scotland found an alternative to the Japanese Sakura. Tourists are invited to see the flowering of snowdrops.

From 25 January to 11 March in the gardens and estates of Scotland will host a festival of snowdrops. To see carpets of this white hardy plants tourists can, for example, in Edinburgh. From 15 February to 10 March at the Royal Botanical gardens Scottish capital will be the most beautiful exhibitions and special tours. Admission is free, hours are from 10:00 to 16:00.

Harbingers of spring also can be observed near Edinburgh, the castle hotel Cringletie House in Peebles. The surrounding woodlands and gardens literally covered with snowdrops in February. The exact dates of flowering: from January 25 until March 11.

Another venue of the festival will take place in the gardens of Cluny house in Perthshire. Here at the end of February you can see not only the snowdrop but also the Asian primrose, moroznika, winter Aconite and cyclamen. Season of snowdrops will last in Perthshire from 23 February to 11 March, the entrance fee is about 6 euros.

But in Japan to enjoy the cherry blossoms, tourists will be able since mid-March. Before all the wild cherry flowers will delight in the Prefecture of Kochi on Shikoku island (March 18). Fukuoka start date of the so-called period of “Hanami” – March 20. Next, the cherry blossoms will bloom in Nagoya and Tokyo. In parts of Wakayama, Osaka, Kyoto and Kagoshima in late April. In the Northern prefectures, including Miyagi, Aomori and Hokkaido, Sakura will bloom in mid-April and early may.

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