France

In search of the Cherry blossom in Paris …

The Cherry blosom genus prunus serrulata at the Jardin des Plantes

Cherry blossom crowning glory of spring can be a spectacular show and in Paris these trees are scattered all over the city. You must have watchful eyes to see them as sometimes they are hidden among buildings but mostly can be seen around the many gardens and city squares. Once a year in early spring these dazzling pink and snow white petals glamorize the urban landscape of the City of Light.

The Cherry blosom genus prunus serrulata at the Jardin des Plantes

Now, let’s take a walk along the Cherry blossom path …

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11 replies »

  1. Cherry Blossoms are such a treat. The light that defuses through them is breath taking and worth a celebration (as they do in Japan). Thanks for the reminder…we don’t have many blossom trees here in Melbourne.

  2. Lovely! And exciting for me as I am going to Paris in April (though, no doubt, the cherry blossoms will be gone by then). Thank you for stopping by my Garden Reverie blog, too! Cackie

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