The annual outburst of cherry blossoms is Roosevelt Island’s most popular attraction, pulling visitors and grabbing attention on social media. But surprisingly, few know that they have a two month season. And it has already started for 2022.
by David Stone
About Cherry Blossoms
When the cherry blossoms bloom in the springtime, the entire world seems to come alive. The soft pink petals fall gently from the trees, and the sweet aroma of the flowers fills the air. The sight and smell of the cherry blossoms are a sure sign that spring is finally here.
For many people, the arrival of the cherry blossoms is a time to celebrate. Families and friends come together to picnic beneath the blooming trees and enjoy the natural beauty of the flowers. It’s a time to appreciate nature and all of the wonderful things that spring brings.
The cherry blossom season is relatively short, so it’s important to make the most of it while you can. If you’re lucky enough to see the blossoms in person, take some time to stop and admire their beauty.
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