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Cherry blossom trees in UK

Does anyone know where cherry blossoms are blooming in London? Is it too early for them? I want to head out tomorrow but I don't want to waste a trip if they're not in bloom yet.

| Modified: November 24, 2018 | Author:

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You've missed the best time I think - peak bloom was probably Monday-Tuesday. But still a lot around.   [ HeftyCauliflower 3 years ago ]

There's a bunch outside Swiss Cottage leisure centre which are very pretty.   [ mbellgb 3 years ago ]

Saw some round by the Brunswick Centre in St Pancras the other week   [ lappy482 3 years ago ]

St James' Park has a bunch in bloom at the moment   [ BuffaloTheory 3 years ago ]

Tower Bridge Road near Maltby Market, went there last week and it was beautiful   [ AberRosario 3 years ago ]

A few popular one's in Regent's Park, South East corner.   [ But-ThenThatMeans 3 years ago ]

There are quite a few down towards Wanstead flats - I think from past posts you're in Snaresbrook aren't you? I live over by The Warren estate and there's a few cherry trees down there.   [ murkybucket 3 years ago ]

There's loads of them all around London, according to the London tree map. Maybe you can check out a few close to you before venturing out?   [ epi_counts 3 years ago ]

Greenwich Park has a large row of them either side of a footpath . Very nice .   [ PirateCraig 3 years ago ]

Yeah, they've been out for a couple of weeks now. I've not been to a park or anything though so have only noticed them down residential streets.   [ kieero_11 3 years ago ]

Look back at the previous 1/2 weeks posts. Theres a risk Cherry Blossoms are pushing sunset pics into the shadows.   [ chopsey96 3 years ago ]

Quite a few around Clerkenwell.   [ father-dick-byrne 3 years ago ]

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