In this Falls Church News-Press article, Lou Meyer, business developer for Davey’s mid-Atlantic region, talks about cherry blossoms reaching peak bloom in Washington D.C.
On Thursday, March 23rd, the popular D.C. cherry blossoms reached peak bloom, considered to be “relatively early” according to the Cherry Blossom Watch website. Little as one may know, ensuring these beautiful trees reach peak bloom and are enjoyed by locals and visitors can be quite a job.
Since being gifted in 1912 as a token of friendship between Japan and the United States by Tokyo City’s mayor Yukio Ozaki, these Japanese cherry trees have been under the expertise of The Davey Tree Expert Company. Lou Meyer, business developer for Davey’s mid-Atlantic region, said Davey Tree has been “heavily involved” with trees in the D.C. region, including the cherry blossoms.
To read Lou’s comments, click here.