Wind Whips Wooster Square Witless!
Wooster Square's Sweet Sakura's keep throwing surprises at us for the last
42 years, why not this one?
The first Cherry Blossom festival, there were no Blossoms at all. But that has never halted the Festival. There are plenty of times
the blossoms haven't come or they are gone.
We still have 4 days to go!
But Blossoms there will be baby!
Hughes Place usually pops first and the first to fall. But in this topsy turvy spring,
Hughes Place is the last to pop
and many of the trees will be
peaking throughout the weekend.
Important Cherry Blossom
Cherry Blossom Concert
St. Michael's Church
Local World class musicians and composers perform for the neighborhood and
all of you who want to show up!
Wooster Square Cherry Blossom Festival!
Lots of blossoms and fun to be had!
Take a look at some photos from yesterday's windstorm and this morning's aftermath!
They survived again!
Sad Sakura sight
Lot's of green, white and pink
History loves company
Come for the blossoms, stay for a pie!
Table is set
Hughes Place Blossom Tunnel
Dandy view of 360 State St
Good flowers gone bad
(why else would they be behind bars?)
Blossoms in my shoes!
Oh did the wind blow!
How about today, Wednesday April 20, 2016?
Super Sunny Happy Hump Day!
Parks pretty people
Pink and white delight!
Blossom tunnel still blooming!
Weekend weather looks good!
Bring the family!
Concert and Festival!
Park People Prepping for Peepers
Wooster Place south
Hanami 4-20 High!
Tunnel of love
Look for another post on Friday!
A very busy week for the blossom blogger!
Head to Historic, World Famous Wooster Square
for the 43rd Cherry Blossom Festival!!!
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Awesome Blossom Living!
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