Cherry blossoms

Cherry blossoms are beautiful flowering trees from the genus Prunus and the subgenus Cerasus. They are also called Japanese cherry or sakura and are very common in East Asia, especially in Japan. Here's a quick overview of some of the best places to see these colorful flowers. Let's begin with some basic information. First of all, they're beautiful. But why are they so popular?

Cherry blossoms are a favorite flower of many Japanese people and are celebrated throughout the year. They are a symbol of unity and friendship in Japanese culture. And they have been doing so for over 100 years. The name comes from a woman who travelled the world and lived in Japan. She was Mrs. Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore, who was a writer and diplomat. She was a fan of cherry blossoms and a champion of global peace.

You can visit the Japanese Garden in Portland, Oregon. There, you can enjoy the beauty of the cherry trees in a unique and enchanting way. It is best to make reservations as the entrance fee is high ($13 – $29). There's a lot to explore at the garden, and there's something for everyone here. Even if you're not a fan of Japan, you can still enjoy cherry blossoms in Dallas.