The number 4.5 million is a big number to anyone familiar with math. In fact 4.5 million of anything is actually scary to picture, especially if it's clowns. But consider the fact that there is an incredible park in Japan that has 4.5 million flowers.

The flower refuge is called the Hitachi Seaside Park and it's located in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki. Many of the staggering 4.5 million flowers are baby-blue nemophilas and typically blossom in April.

Thousands of tourists flock to the park every spring to see the baby blues in their best form. The park also has brilliantly landscaped tulips that are colorfully laid out. During the fall, the flowers then turn a pinkish red color that still looks utterly spectacular.

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