Cherry blossoms London edition 🇬🇧 part of many Asian cultures. We often see photos on HelloTalk. So I thought I would share the cherry blossoms from London.
Cherry blossoms are an important
In the UK, blossom is seen as a sign of Spring, providing the feeling that you’ve beaten winter with the worst now behind you.
There are two native species – the Prunus avium and Prunus padus. Like all cherry trees, they can be identified with buds at the end of twigs and smooth bark with rough lines, known as lenticels, running round the tree. In spring, they both produce white flowers, the former in bunches, the latter in long spikes that branch off a central stalk.
We also have many imported Japanese species of cherry trees.
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