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5 Midwest Spring Flower Festivals

Each May, the Dutch-theme Tulip Time festival blooms in Pella, Iowa, one of many Midwest towns throwing huge street parties to greet spring—and you're invited!

Blossomtime Festival

In southwest Michigan, the Blessing of the Blossoms kicks off the state's oldest and largest multicommunity festival. Other highlights include a Shoe Box Float Parade, vintage baseball game and Grand Floral Parade. April 27-May 3, 2014. (269) 982-8016; blossomtimefestival.org

 

Blossomtime Festival

In southwest Michigan, the Blessing of the Blossoms kicks off the state's oldest and largest multicommunity festival. Other highlights include a Shoe Box Float Parade, vintage baseball game and Grand Floral Parade. April 27-May 3, 2014. (269) 982-8016; blossomtimefestival.org

 

Dogwood-Azalea Festival

In Charleston, Missouri, a 6-mile, luminaria-lined route showcases historic architecture and spring blooms. The 44th annual fest honors the town's 175th birthday with a parade, home and garden tours, an ice cream social and more. April 10-13, 2014. (573) 683-6509; charlestonmo.org

 

Tulip Time Festival

Topeka, Kansas, welcomes spring with more than 200,000 tulips and daffodils blooming at historic sites, parks and gardens throughout the city. April 4-20, 2014. (800) 235-1030; visittopeka.us

 

Orleans Dogwood Festival

Bike rides joined the lineup last year at this family-friendly Indiana fest. Bring cash for town-wide yard sales, plus carnival rides and crafts vendors. April 30-May 3, 2014. (812) 865-9930; orleansdogwoodfestival.com

 

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