Monday, May 01, 2017

Peak Blossoms back in Exhibition Place

A ring of fruit trees circles the large fountain in Toronto's CNE exhibition grounds, full of blossoms and ready for the bees of Spring. Joined by this group of trees is an adjacent pathway near Bandshell Park lined with the trees and at several other locations.

"In May of 2002, 68 Japanese Flowering Cherry trees were donated to Exhibition Place by the Sakura Project. These Instagram-worthy trees overflowing with fluffy white or pale pink flowers, are at peak bloom during the last week of April or first week of May depending on the weather." The flowers can be found sprinkled around the property at the General Services Building, the Press Building, Bandshell Park, Princess Margaret Fountain, FountainBlu and the Liberty Grand.

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