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Best places to see cherry blossoms in the U.S.


Akebono
Texas—a
The National Park Service
the National Cherry Blossom Festival
the National Park Service
GA
Macon-Bibb
Hughes Place
Plant Family Garden
Tiny Marshfield
Chubu University
The Japanese Student Association
National Geographic Society


Yoshino
Bart Connors Szczarba
Ginger Byrn
Sakura Matsuri
Edwin Hubble
Dallas Arboretum


Southern
Japanese
American


the Tidal Basin
New England
the Potomac River
National Capitol Park
the Hocking River
Wren


Jefferson Memorial
the National Mall
the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens
Water Garden
Cherry Walk


Cherry
Washington
Japan
the United States
Kwanzan
U.S.
Japan’s
nation’s
Georgia
Tennessee
New Haven
Connecticut
CT
Nashville
TN
Brooklyn
NY
1921.Marshfield
MO
Americana
Missouri
Dallas
TX
Athens
OH


a Sakura Festival

Positivity     42.00%   
   Negativity   58.00%
The New York Times
SOURCE: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/destinations/north-america/united-states/cherry-blossom-bloom-predictions-spring.html
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Summary

The downy blooms blanket parks, gardens, and towns in a visual transition away from the harsh chill of winter and toward the growing warmth of longer days.The tradition of cherry blossom festivals in the U.S. dates to 1935, when the National Cherry Blossom festival began to honor Japan’s 1912 gift of some 3,000 trees. “What's bad is warmth followed by snow and freeze, like Washington had last year or the year before.”Though the National Park Service won’t give their official predictions for 2019 until March 6, you can make your own educated guess by looking at the bloom times in the capitol in years’ past, and by watching the park’s cherry blossom cam.Washington, D.C. March 20-April 14Eleven species of flowering cherry tree ring the Tidal Basin fronting the Potomac River in National Capitol Park. “Nashville is beautiful during cherry blossom blooming time because of all the trees,” says festival organizer Ginger Byrn.

As said here by Meghan Miner Murray