Freezing Rain? Sleet? Winds? Snow?
Spring in New England! We get it all,
and we got it all. First snow,
then freezing rain and howling winds.
We dodged a real disaster. Even the fine folks in the National Park Service had no idea what
would happen to the blossoms after being
completely friggin freakin frozen!
No one knew. So we waited patiently.
And we watched.
Park pretty in Pink People!
Here is the lowdown from the Blossom Blog Mainframe. I am amazed, even
the blossoms that were in a peak state,
they came away virtually undamaged
(to this point!).
And the others that were 6-10 days from
peaking, well they are going along
like nothing happened.
How can that possibly be?
Of all the power granted to me, I have not a clue.
To be honest, I expected them to all perish.
Like those Magnolias and tulip type trees.
They got hammered. Win some and lose some.
Get out to Wooster Square this weekend!
The blossoms are starting on Hughes Place!
Our Nationally recognized Wooster Square Farmer's Market is outside and full of foodie fun!
Saturday from 9-1.
This will be one of the best weekends for getting out before the blossoms peak. Bring your dandy, dutiful devices and click away! So grab an uber, zip car, bus or hitchhike, but get to Wooster Square!
Warning! Warning! Warning!
Repeated viewing Wooster Square Cherry Blossoms can cause laughter, spontaneous snorting
and even incontinence has been reported.
Not from weather.
Winning Wonders on Warren
(off Wooster before Fuel, is another
Sweet Sakura Lined Street!)
Sakura sites to see
Plant your two lips on your love
and head to
Historic, World Famous Wooster Square!
Award winning neighbor!
Some of the bench dedications are on
our new benches!
Paid for by donations!
6-10 days, or not!
It's Academic on Academy
Academy Street North, still haven't quite
But blossoms you will find!
Look, smile, repeat!
Buds just hangin
Pink and white delight
It's ok to stare in our Square
Our blossoms we are following.
History loves Company
Come early, come often
Good till the last drop!
Pinks popping out all over!
The good news is that our
Precious Pretty Park of Humble Perfection survived!
This weekend will be wonderful to get out and take a walk around historic Wooster Square.
Saturday's spotty showers will be followed
by a Super Sunny Sunday!
Pizza, pasta, plus a pretty park people!
Wake up on Wooster Square!
Walk to restaurants, theater,
concerts, museums and more.
Call or text Cheryl Szczarba
for a private showing!
See you Round the Square!