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Best Spring Blooms In Georgetown, Kentucky

Written by Dylan Marson

Tired of the Winter chills? Ready to invite some color into your day-to-day? Springtime in Georgetown marks a veritable explosion of outdoor activities, community events and iconic Spring blooms. For those wanting to make the most of this colorful season, we have a lineup of the best destinations in Georgetown to get outside, enjoy the sights & smells of Spring and discover unique experiences for the entire family. 

1. Bi-Water Farm & Greenhouse

Sitting on 185 acres of scenic countryside, this family farm is lavished with greenhouses, farm markets and a host of activites such as hay rides, zip lines, petting zoo, miniature golf, paintball, corn maze and more! When Spring arrives, visitors will be greeted with a host of farm-fresh fun, blooming colors & family friendly events like hay rides, zip lines, petting zoo, miniature golf, paintball and more! Jump into the height of the Spring activities with their annual Festival of Flowers starting April 20th, where visitors can walk amongst a seemingly endless array of flowers FREE of charge.

2. Lavender & Bloom

A symbol of purity, calmness and serenity, lavender speaks of refinement and luxury and is associated with the crown chakra, the energy center controlling one's connection to spirit, wisdom and self-knowledge. Invite a little magic into your life with this U-pick flower farm full of enchanting sights & heavenly aromas. The month of April brings pops of color with tulip u-picks, accompanied by a whole host of crafty workshops & events to make the most of your Spring season. Lavender u-picks begin in June with just as many workshops & events.

3. Yuko-En On The Elkhorn

Sometimes you just need to immerse yourself in serene surroundings. This Japanese friendship garden is a living symbol of unity without borders, and the perfect place to enjoy seasonal blooms in Georgetown, Kentucky. Springtime visitors will find a colorful arrangement of Kentucky native plant life in full bloom, presented with traditional Japanese gardening principals.You definitely won't want to miss out on the beautiful blooms which usually hit their peak in April. Art installations, scenic pathways & surrounding Japanese architecture make this garden a truly unique hidden-gem in the heart of the Bluegrass. 

4. "I Dig Scott County" Daffodil Joy Trail

Installations of bright blooming daffodils can now be found throughout Georgetown for a beautiful trail of floral art that grows with every passing year. Thanks to efforts staring in 2019 by Scott County Woman's Club member LInda Riley, the "I Dig Scott County" program brings artistic floral installations for everyone to discover & enjoy as we jump into the Spring Season. Since the project began in 2019, over 13,000 bulbs have been planted throughout the county. Check out the map below to explore all the installations yourself!


5. Downtown Georgetown

It's not just flowers that bloom in Springtime, as Downtown Georgetown comes alive with community events, sweet treats & unparalleled local shopping. That being said, there's also no shortage of vibrant flowers soon to line the historic Main Street & accompany its host of colorful murals & artistry. Stay up to date on the latest events in Downtown Georgetown so you don't miss a beat!

Author: Dylan Marson

Dylan Marson is the Public Relations Assistant for Georgetown/Scott County Tourism.