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Spring Blossoms in Niagara Falls

View of Niagara parks gardens
Springtime Brings Blossoms to Niagara Falls

Spring is an ideal time to visit Niagara Falls and spend the day strolling along the Niagara Parks Gardens trail, which is lined with blooming plants and trees. It’s no surprise that everyone loves to visit Niagara Falls in the spring. The vibrant green scapes, the springtime blossoms, and the roar of the mighty falls provide the ideal backdrop for any vacation getaway.

Howard Johnson Plaza by Wyndham by the Falls has selected the most popular hotel packages with the best value, whether you’re looking for a family fun getaway or a romantic vacation for two we know we can craft the perfect experience just for you.  For the maximum blossom, experience, visit the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens, Floral Clock, Centennial Lilac Garden, and Floral Showhouse.  


Springtime Cherry Blossoms start in April

The 99-acre (40-hectare) Botanical Gardens have vibrant seasonal blooms from spring to October. Lush overflowing gardens have been a part of the ornate Niagara Garden Trail since 1990. Most notable are the Japanese Flowering Cherry trees from April to early May.


Lilacs blossom Mid-May to Mid-June

The Centennial Lilac Garden is a fragrant 10-acre lilac garden across from the Floral Clock. 1,200 plants of 200 varieties bloom in a variety of colours and scents in the early spring. The garden features dozens of varieties of Lilacs that blossom from mid-May to mid-June.


Springtime Tulips and Daffodils bloom from March to Mid-May

The 40-foot Floral Clock Garden and Queenston Heights Gardens at Niagara Falls is a seasonal attraction that blossoms in the spring.


Tulips, Daffodils, and spring flower bulbs bloom from mid-March to mid-May.

Every season is a big deal in Queen Victoria Park. In the spring, more than 500,000 daffodils bloom and welcome the new season. There are beautiful magnolia trees, tulips, and other flowers for you to look at and enjoy.