- Every year, wildflowers bloom in the fields of an Italian village in Umbria between May and July.
- The fields are filled with poppies, corn flowers, orchids, daisies, violets, and other wildflowers.
- The village farmers made sure not to use pesticides, and when the fields were not a sea of wildflowers, farmers planted and harvested lentils.
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Starting with a few buds. Then in May, colorful wild orchids bloom, followed by yellow tulips. In June, the field develops with a yellow corolla and bright red poppies. Finally, July came and a dark purple corn flower opened its petals.
That blooming flower create color mosaics in the fields of the Italian village of Castelluccio.
Look at the striking fields.
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