Did you know that Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada is the Daffodil capital of North America?
The Niagara Parks Commission plants approximately 30,000 Daffodils every year along the Niagra River with the greatest concentration in the Queen Victoria Park. The City of Niagara Falls declared the Daffodil as its official flower back in June 1967.
The Niagara Parks Commission is known for it's beautiful gardens along the Niagara Parkway; a splendid enhancement to the world famous American and Canadian Horseshoe Falls. Springtime in Niagara Falls is so beautiful that people flock to Niagara Falls to see 'what's in bloom' in Niagara Parks. In fact Niagara Parks has dedicated a page so that you can coordinate your visit with the unfolding of blossoms.
Niagara Parks is also known for its beautiful Magnolia Trees, the Floral Clock and hte Centennial Lilac Garden.
This article is brought to you by the Clifton Hill district located in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
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This spring fun fact brought to you by the Clifton Hill district in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.