Photo by keviikev Peak blooming dates for Washington's famed cherry blossoms have been revised a second time. The National Park Service now says there will be just two days of peak bloom: April 1-2. The estimated dates had originally spanned from April 3-8, and were later moved up to April 1-4.
The overall blooming period was also revised by one day, to March 27-April 8 from March 28-April 9.
Photo by ctankcycles This morning the National Park Service announced it has revised the peak bloom dates for D.C.'s famed cherry blossoms, to April 1-4. It's a shorter period than previously predicted, as well as being earlier. The... Read Post
Photo by brianmka The National Park Service has revised its predicted peak blooming period for Washington's famous cherry blossoms, to April 1-4 from April 3-8. The change was made, as the Post explains, after this weekend's gorgeou... Read Post