The Planting of Moss Phlox has Begun!
For next year, based on the survey we recieved from customers, we’ve designed a dynamic planting of Moss Phlox.
In order to bring it to life even a year sooner, at this time, we’ve made some alterations to the place where they bloomed so beautifully.
In anticipation of spring, we’re planning on sharing some news here and there about our Moss Phlox and Nemophila from now on.
As we’ve begun planting the Moss Phlox at this time, we’ll tell you about how it’s going.
↑We are making equally spaced holes with a blow torch on a weed resistant sheet.
If you do not melt with heat, the sections of the sheet will tear.😿
↑We drill a hole in the areas that are melted with the blow torch.
The machinery is heavy so it’s difficult.💦
↑We plant Moss Phlox in the holes.🌸
We repeat this process and continue planting.🌱
If we raise them well until spring, they will become twice as big.
We’re looking forward to next spring. ^^
Moss pink & nemophila [ended]
The moss pink & nemophila hill 2018 event has ended for this year.
We wish to thank the many visitors to the park.
This is the second year the park is being managed by Serakogen Farm, and we have implemented, for as much as was possible, all of your suggestions.
We plan to continue working to make this a satisfying place to visit.
We look forward to meet you at the moss pink & nemophila hill next year as well.
Moss pink tulips [Concluded] Nemophila tulips [Best time to see]
The best time to see moss pink tulips has concluded.
The best time to see nemophila tulips is still continuing.
Due to this year’s warm weather our moss pink tulips have bloomed a bit earlier than usual, but we were treated to a long season of viewing their beautiful flowers.
We expect nemophilas to be in viewing season until mid-May.
We look forward to seeing you all here!
Moss Phlox: Some have passed their peak / Nemophila: Full Bloom
A portion of the moss phlox have started to pass their peak.
But, the nemophila (baby blue eyes) continue to be in full bloom and it is still the perfect time to see them.
The best time for viewing them should last until around mid May.
There are also lots of events during Golden Week, so everyone including families, couples, and friends should feel free to stop by!
Moss pink & baby blue eyes IN FULL BLOOM!
Both our moss pink & baby blue eyes have been in full bloom at the same time.
We expect them to stay in full bloom until around early May.
A carpet of pink and blue that you can only view right now.
We invite you to come visit Flower Village Kamu no Sato.
Moss Pink and Nemophila [It Continues to be the Best Time for Viewing!]
The moss pink is in full bloom as the best time for viewing continues.
The Nemophila are 70% in bloom, a great time for viewing.
Their peak viewing season is expected to last until early May.
We’re preparing numerous events for the holidays.
Please make use of our Facebook page to check the state of the blossom♪
Creeping Phlox & Nemophila In Full Bloom!
This is how our creeping phlox look now.
Both creeping phlox & nemophila are in full bloom overall.
Enjoy the carpet-like flowers of creeping phlox!
We look forward to welcoming you.
Moss Phlox at 70% of full bloom, Nemophila at 40%
This is an update on the current state of the Moss Phlox bloom.
With the flowers at approximately 70% of full bloom, now is the best time to see them.
The Nemophila are currently at approximately 40% of full bloom.
We will be completely open starting this weekend with a new facility set to open its doors. We hope to see you there!
The park will be unveiled on April 7th!
Right now, a third of the creeping phlox are in bloom and the Nemophila have started flowering, and both are coming along well.
We will unveil the park on April 7th ahead of the opening on April 14th.
And visitors on April 7th and 8th can receive a free pot of creeping phlox each! (Please note that supplies are limited.)
Come visit us for your weekend outing!
“The Hill of Creeping Phlox & Nemophila 2017” has ended
“The Hill of Creeping Phlox & Nemophila 2017” has ended.
We are very thankful that so many people have visited our farm.
The operation of the place has been transferred to Sera Kogen Farm. Although there are gaps between the creeping phloxes as it has been only a year since they were planted, they gave our farm a vivid color.
While the farm will be closed for about a year until the opening in spring next year, we will make an effort to respond to the many feedback that our visitors have given us.
We thank you for your continuous support.