Did you know that many visitors come up to Door County just to see flowers blooming in the countryside fields, as well as to check out the gardens at businesses and homes along their travels? Wildflowers in spring bring trillium, lady-slippers and fields of wild violets. In summer, flowers grow more brilliantly here due to climate conditions. Right now gardens and fields are at peak growth and roadside stands and stores have an abundance of colorful bouquets. By the middle of August we begin seeing sunflowers everywhere through the end of October in fall. Why not take a quick trip up to Birchwood Lodge in Sister Bay in any of these three seasons to enjoy not only the natural beauty of the forests, fields and shoreline, but the floral scenery as well? Give us a call at 866-854-7195, or book your suite online at www.birchwoodlodge.com. Remember, as you drive along the highways and byways here, be sure to open your car windows to experience, not just the visual beauty of Door County, but the pleasant floral scent, too.
As You Travel To Birchwod Lodge In Sister Bay, Be Sure To Stop And Smell The Flowers Along The Way
by Dennis Lonstine | Jul 23, 2019 | Birchwood Lodge, Birchwood Lodge News, Birchwood Lodge Site Pages, Chickens that Love Watermelon, Door County Events, Door County News, Insider Tips from Door County Locals, Sister Bay News, Uncategorized