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Title "Spring comes much closer"; News on spring flowers from National Parks
Created By Knp Date 03.04.2016

"Spring comes much closer"; News on spring flowers from National Parks

◇ Wild flowers such as amur adonis, Korean eranthis and liverleaf bloom

◇ Information on spring explorations such as the blooming periods of spring flowers and places by national parks

□ Spring flowers blossom in the national parks in the southern regions and we disclose the periods and places that you can see spring wild flowers.

□ Common camellias firstly signaling spring are in full bloom in Hallyeohaesang National Park in February. They are expected to be in the climax in Geomundo Island and Bogildo Island in Dadohaehaesang National Park by mid-March.

○ In addition, in Geoje Island in Hallyeohaesang National Park, apricot flower, an apricot that firstly blooms in Korea had a bud on March 2nd.

○ National parks such as Mudeungsan National Park and Naejangsan National Park, wild flowers like amur adonis, Korean eranthis, and liverleafs start to bloom since the middle of this month.

○ On March 11th, a Dybowski's Brown Frog coming out of hibernation was first observed in Mudeungsan National Park.

□ Yellow-colored Japanese cornlian cherries and Korea spicebushes named due to its ginger smell are expected to blossom around Jiri Mountain National Park by the end of March. They are expected to be in full blossom by mid-April.

○ In mid-April, cherry blossoms that have bloomed for more than 30 years are expected to bloom from Kyeryongsan National Park to Donghaksa Temple and in Kyeongju, a colony of Korean rosebays is expected to present a grand sight.  

□ Spring flowers, especially rare ones are seen in national parks.

○ You can see Korean winter hazel, a rare plant, in a natural observation trail in Baemsagol Valley of Jirisan Mountain since the end of March and starting with Kayasan Mountain, you can observe Korean spicebush in every trail of national parks around the country.