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Flower Viewing with Pets|Top 5 Flower Viewing Spots in Spring + Timetable (Include guide about Poisoned Flower)

Flower Viewing with Pets|Top 5 Flower Viewing Spots in Spring + Timetable (Include guide about Poisoned Flower)

What are your plans for spring? Here comes the flower viewing season! In spring, plants and trees sprout new leaves, and flowers bloom. It is the best idea to experience the flower season with your furkids. Here are the top five flower viewing spots! Let's take a rest and breathe in the fresh air.


Kowloon District


Un Chau Estate Bougainvillea Tunnel


Un Chau Village is a public housing estate in Sham Shui Po. There is a 30 meters long garden tunnel next to the Yuen Lok Building. Bougainvillea trees are planted on both sides of the round arch tunnel. The entire roof of the tunnel is covered by clusters of pink bougainvillea, which turned the tunnel into a wonderland. While check-in photos are top-notch, be aware that bougainvillea is poisonous to dogs. Gastrointestinal problems such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrheal will be caused if dogs ingested bougainvillea. So keep in mind that you should keep your distance to bougainvillea to ensure the safety of your dog.


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• Flowering Period: March - April

• Address: 303 Castle Peak Road, 303 Un Chau Street, Cheung Sha Wan

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New Territories District


Sunflower in Shun Sum Yuen Farm


Shun Sum Yuen Farm is a must-visit flower viewing spot. The owner of the field plants different flower species according to the season to make sure that flowers are blossoming whenever you visit. At the beginning of the year, there are lilies and gladiolus. Tulips and lavenders can be found in February and mid-march, and the famous sunflower field in Shun Shum Yuen Farm blooms in April. Since the owner arranges different planting times deliberately, the Sunflower Festival spans several months from late spring to summer. In addition, decorations are constantly being changed. A Dutch windmill was added early on. During the New Year, there are Japanese red torii gates, traditional oil-paper umbrellas, and paper lanterns. Not only is Shun Sum Yuen Farm a check-in spot, but also a little market. You can buy fresh flowers and taste fresh and sweet fruits at very affordable prices. It should be noted that pets must be held in the hand or a car. You can inquire in advance if bringing big dogs.


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• Flowering Period: February - July

• Address: Shun Sum Yuen Farm, San Tin, Yuen Long

• Opening Hours: 9:00 - 18:00

• Admission: $50

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Sai Kung Lions Nature Education Centre


The Lions Nature Education Centre, which covers an area of about 16 hectares, is the best playground for dogs. There are hillsides, grasslands, small bridges over the flowing stream, ponds, and pavilions in the field. Different scenery appears in the four seasons. The Chinese plums stand in the late winter and early spring. White pear flowers and pink Japanese bush cherries blossom in the spring. In summer, the lotus flowers in the pond are in full bloom. Flowers are everywhere in the garden, dogs can run and play freely. Also, there is a pet-friendly cafe to rest when you and your dog are tired from walking.


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• Flowering period: Chinese Plum (end of January - February)

• Pear Flower, Japanese bush cherry (February - March)

• Address: Lions Club Nature Education Centre, Chiu Hang, Sai Kung, New Territories

• Opening Hours: 9:30 - 17:00

• Admission Fee: Free admission

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Tulips at Lake Egret Nature Park in Tai Po


Billow bar seafood bistro is a pet-friendly restaurant, it is famous for its beautiful scenery and excellent decorations. There is a dense tulip flower field outside the restaurant, with white European-style buildings and lake views. Pet owners can take pictures of their pets in the path between the flowers, but be aware that tulips contain toxins that are harmful to dogs and cats. The toxins are mainly concentrated in the rhizomes. If they ingested it by mistake, it will stimulate the stomach and cause a lot of drooling, loss of appetite, vomiting, and diarrheal. Worse, it will damage the central nervous system, causing systemic convulsions and heartbeat disorders. There was a case where a cat died from eating tulips in the UK. So to be on the safe side, remember do not let your dogs or cats come into direct contact with the flowerbed.


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•Flowering Period: February-March

• Address: Shop B, G/F, 2 Hung Lam Drive, Tai Po Kau, Hong Kong.

• Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday 11:30 - 18:00

Saturday to Sunday 10:00 - 18:00

• Details:



Islands District


Cheung Chau Cherry Blossoms


Do you miss traveling to Japan and South Korea? Cherry Blossoms are famous in Japan and South Korea. There are also cherry blossoms in Hong Kong! There are more than ten cherry trees planted in the front garden of Cheung Chau Kwan Kung Pavilion, attracting a lot of tourists during the flowering season. Cherry blossoms in Cheung Chau were transplanted from Taiwan. To visit the spot, you can walk along Tung Wan Road from Cheung Chau Ferry Pier, then turn right to Police Station Drive and walk along the slope for about ten minutes to reach the Pavilion. Although it is not as magnificent as the large cherry blossoms in Japan and South Korea, the combination of the pink cherry trees with the green-roofed red pillar formed a unique picture. The flowering period of cherry blossoms is very short. The @cheungchausakura Facebook page keeps updating the flowering situations of the cherry blossoms. You can refer to it before departure!


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• Flowering Period: From the end of February to the middle of March, depending on the weather, it blooms for two weeks.

• Address: Kwan Kung Pavilion, Kwun Yam Wan Road, Cheung Chau

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Spring is full of vitality, you can see blooming flowers everywhere, delicate flowers in the florists are waiting for you. However, as a pet owner, you should pay attention to the flower species. In addition to the bougainvillea and tulips mentioned above, many common flowers are also poisonous to cats and dogs:


Species Poisonous to Poisoning Symptoms
Lily Cats/Dogs Vomiting, drowsiness, loss of appetite, and in severe cases can lead to kidney failure and even death.
Oleander Cats/Dogs/Human Affects the heart, causing fainting, convulsions, or even cardiac arrest.
Azalea Cats/Dogs/Human Vomiting, diarrheal, shortness of breath, low blood pressure, coma, damage to the respiratory system and central nervous system.
Hyacinth Cats/Dogs/Human Upset stomach, vomiting and diarrhoea, seizures and even cramps.
Vinca Cats/Dogs/Human Affects white blood cells and platelets, paralysis and weakness of the limbs.
Carnation Cats/Dogs Diarrheal, drooling, loss of appetite, vomiting, and affect the nervous system, convulsions.
Chrysanthemum Cats/Dogs Stimulates the stomach, causing diarrheal, drooling, vomiting, dyspnoea or shortness of breath, listlessness; some can affect the nervous system, causing spasms, loss of coordination, disorientation, and coma.
Hydrangea Cats/Dogs/Human Vomiting, diarrheal, drowsiness, depression.


Although these flowers are beautiful, if swallowed by mistake, the consequences will be very serious. If there is no way to be 100% sure that your pets will not approach the flowers, then it is best to keep away from these flowers~


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