Flowers in Italy

Italians love flowers and they are everywhere especially in the springtime. San Remo is known as the City of Flowers and even has a famous festival to celebrate flowers.

Primavera statue in San Remo

My favorites are the flower boxes with the brilliant colorful blooms.

Flower box in Italy

Bougainvillea in Capri on the Amalfi Coast

More bougainvillea in Capri

Flowers on steps in Apricale

Springtime flowers in bloom in Italy

Azaleas on the Spanish Steps in Rome

Flowers at Campo d' Fiori

Cactus in bloom in Italy

Flowers on the staircase in Caltagirone, Sicily

Outside a flower shop in Italy

About Margie Miklas

An award-winning author, Margie Miklas writes medical thrillers and travel memoirs about Italy, a place which has captured her passion for travel. She is also the creator and owner of the travel blog, Margie in Italy, and a contributing writer for an Italian-American newspaper. A retired critical-care nurse, she enjoys spending time with her family, including her three cats. Her favorite place is the beach, and she likes learning new computer skills, when she is not writing. A member of the Florida Writers Association, Margie makes her home in Florida.
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2 Responses to Flowers in Italy

  1. imarancher says:

    Flowers are just such a glorious confirmation of God’s care and concern for us. It is hard to be depressed when watching an orchid bloom or even a simple periwinkle. I was surprised to see so many flowers that I categorize as subtropical. And yet they have blooming Azaleas which do not bloom in Miami, too hot. It is not a surprise to find that the Italians are so style concious, they have a lot of natural beauty to compete with for attention!

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