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Top 3 Trackers for Tracking New York Cherry Blossoms


Nadezhda Verbitskaya

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As a reward for surviving winter, spring flowers appear in New York. They portend a new season of warm long days and outdoor activities. Although many plants bloom in New York in the spring, cherry blossoms have always been an absolute favorite among city dwellers and tourists.

So that you don’t miss the peak of flowering of these delicate and fragrant trees, we suggest you use trackers from New York parks.

New York Botanic Garden Tracker

The New York Botanical Garden, located in the Bronx, created bloom tracker not only for sakura, but also for other plants. It allows you to track how flowers and greenery are returning to all 100 hectares of the park. More in the garden 200 sakura. They can be found at the Cherry Collection, Arthur and Janet Ross Conifer Arboretum and in front of the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory.

From 10:00 until noon on Saturdays, admission to the garden is free.

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden Tracker

He oversees the development of trees from bud to peak bloom. The Brooklyn Botanical Garden has over 200 cherry trees. If you want to see them all bloom, use Cherry watch card.

Photo: IStock

Central Park Tracker

New York's most iconic park launched cherry blossom tracking map this year.

Central Park Conservancy, a non-profit organization that maintains Central Park on a daily basis, announced the creation of an interactive map. Its expert arborists tend to more than 170 species of trees in the park every day. They provide real-time information about flowering peaks.

The cherry blossom trees in Central Park, ranging in color from deep purples to pale pinks and whites, are a must-see in the spring. Their flowering is beautiful, but fleeting. And thanks to the warm winter this year, they bloom much earlier than usual. Use the tracker to track where the peak of flowering has come in the park.

Happy spring walks! If our article helps you take beautiful photos of sakura, share these pictures with us! Send them to our facebook page or mail [email protected].

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