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Ahhhh, but it was worth the wait! Take a peek and you’ll see what I mean:




Strolling along enjoying the cherry blossoms in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.



The trees are so heavy with blossoms along Cherry Walk (as this path is called), they practically block the sun!








The petals are delicate you could almost eat them!



Help me! Help me! I’m falling over I’m so heavy with blooms!


There were hundreds of these clusters covering every three. Well worth monitoring the schedule (posted by the Brooklyn Botanic Garden) so you hit the Esplanade during peak.















Over 40 species of flowering cherries can be found at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

Cherry Blossoms in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Cherry Esplanade at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.


If you find yourself in NYC next spring, plan on joining me as I stalk cherry blossoms at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden!