Spring is in the air. It’s a time to get out, about, and stop to smell the flowers. And, if you’re planning to be in Vermont anytime from April through June, you’re in the right place to see, smell, and enjoy peonies.

Peonies grow well in Vermont because of the sunlight and soil consistency. Long winters like that in Vermont are perfect for peonies because it gives them time to regenerate for the following year’s season. Along with their ability to withstand cold, peonies blossom into different hues of pink as well as peach and white.

The following peony fields and gardens are throughout Vermont and attract visitors from near and far. Take a look at this mapped-out road trip that’ll help you plan the perfect day to check out some gorgeous flowers!

Now that you know where to go to see peonies in Vermont, grab your camera and have a fantastic time on your road trip!

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