Relationships are all about good timing and the same can be said for Scotland’s spring blossoms. Couples visiting in springtime can enjoy the region’s plentiful flora, but it is essential to get the timing right. The hills in the Shetland Isles boast abundant flowers beginning in late April. The Shetland’s coastal cliffs have some of the island’s lushest vegetation, pink and blue flowers prominent in late May. As the days get longer and even extend into night in what is termed the “simmer dim” of Scotland’s spring evening, visitors can enjoy more time out in the lush countryside. Take advantage of the extended light to see more of the country. The North Sea’s Loch Tay, the Orkney Islands, the verdant Highlands, and the city of Edinburgh are at their most lovely in the vernal months. Check out our pick of romantic accommodations and accompany your dearie on some long walks in the Scottish countryside.