A hill of pink and blue flowers with 450,000 moss phlox and 1 million nemophila spread over 40,000㎡, which is one of the largest in western Japan. Spend a pleasant day with the flowers that cover the entire plateau like a carpet and the wind that blows through.
Moss Phlox and Nemophila Hills
|Period||April 1st (Friday) -May 15th (Sunday), 2022|
|Opening hours||9:00〜18:00(last admission 17:00)|
|Entrance fee||Adults 1000 yen, children from 4 years old to elementary school students 500 yen|
※group with more than 15 people will get a 1 person discount
*admission fee half price only for those presenting a physical disability, mental disability, or rehabilitation certificate
|Location||3-3 Kamizuta, Sera-cho, Sera-gun, Hiroshima 729-6714［ACCESS］|
|Parking lot||700 vehicles (free)|
|Other||Wheelchairs, disabled toilets, and strollers are available for rental|
Pets are allowed inside the park
Visitors may feel free to bring their own boxed lunches. Please clean after yourselves.
Polemoniaceous plants from the genus Phlox have stems that spread like grass and bloom like pretty cherry blossoms in spring, with flowers proliferating all over like a flower carpet. The plants grow so densely that they cover the ground with evergreen, making them popular for planting in flower beds and on slopes to prevent soil erosion.
Also known as “baby blue-eyes,” this plant comes from the waterleaf family. It originates from North and Central America, with a height ranging from 15-20 cm, possessing white flowers spreading into light blue. It is very pretty and reminiscent of wild flowers, with coarse deep cut leaves and roots that spread laterally. In the language of flowers, it is known as “pretty” and “successful everywhere.”