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Inside Adams: Field of Cherries

Law Library InCustodia Legis: Cherry Blossoms, Insects, and Inspections

Sakura: Cherry Blossoms as Living Symbols of Friendship exhibit

Topics in Chronicling America - Cherry Trees guide


Cherry Blossoms
National Park Service; includes a history of the cherry trees in
Washington, D.C.

Cherry Blossoms:  Restoring a National Treasure
United States Department of Agriculture
AgResearch Magazine
April, 1999

Drones and Cherry Blossoms Don’t Mix
Federal Aviation Administration

Official Website of the National Cherry Blossom Festival

Washington DC  Cherry Blossoms; taken April 16, 1931
Washington DC Cherry Blossoms, 1931. Series: Airscapes of American and Foreign Areas, Army Air Forces, U.S. National Archives and Records Administration


Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Cherry Watch and Sakura Matsuri Festival

Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia

Japanese Friendship Garden of San Diego’s Annual Cherry Blossom Festival

Macon, Georgia Cherry Blossom Festival

Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival

Where to See the Best Cherry Blossoms Around the World (updated) March 30, 2016

Photo: Man in top hat behind 3 girls in long dreses holding flowers.
Crowned Queen of Cherry Blossoms. Washington, D.C., April 8, 1937. Prints & Photographs Division, Library of Congress.


Cherry, information from the Electronic Data Information Source (EDIS) of University of Florida IFAS Extension

Ornamental Cherry, Plum, Apricot & Almond, from Clemson University

PLANTS Database, from National Resources Conservation Service, USDA
Search under common name for "Flowering Cherry."

Compiled by Alison P. Kelly, revised February, 2019

Photo:  stone lantern with tidal basin and cherry trees in flower in the background.
Japanese lantern on the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C. Photo: Official Web Site of the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
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