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DC’s Century-Old Cherry Blossoms Thrive

DC's Old Cherry Blossoms Thrive
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Washington’s famous cherry blossoms have endured wars, weather and hungry beavers. Some of the original trees planted 100 years ago by a first lady live on. Photo Credit: Khairil Zhafri via Flickr.

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3:14AM PDT on Mar 26, 2012

love it...Thanks..

3:01PM PDT on Mar 25, 2012

They are so beautiful. There's a main road where I used to live in which a long-dead town planner caused the whole 2 mile long road to be planted on both sides with cherry blossom trees. Yhey are so beautiful in the spring.

12:04PM PDT on Mar 25, 2012

very nice

6:34PM PDT on Mar 24, 2012

Wow, this is really cool! :)

5:05PM PDT on Mar 24, 2012

ron b. right on!

the trees are beautiful. granddaughters' school visited on friday, and pictures sent to me. wow! always amazing!

4:48PM PDT on Mar 24, 2012

So nice to see something thriving in D.C. besides greed!

3:08PM PDT on Mar 24, 2012

So beautiful,and cherry blossoms smell pretty too. But lilacs are my favorite :)

2:08PM PDT on Mar 24, 2012

I love the trees. They stand up against all weather conditions. some live for thousands of years.
There are Sequoias that were alive since the pharaohs in Egypt.

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