Cherry blossom season has finally arrived in New York. From the Bronx to Brooklyn, the blooming trees can be seen almost anywhere. BTR visited Central Park to get a good look at the trees, some of which were just beginning to bloom, while others were well on their way.
The two types of cherry blossom trees in Central Park are Yoshino trees and Kwanzan trees. The flowers won’t be there for long, but until then they add a dusty pink burst of color to the park’s landscape.
Photos by Ashley Rodriguez.
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