In this Murfreesboro Post article, Lukas Suzano from Davey's Nashville office shares about the cherry blossoms set to bloom in March.

Posted: March 12, 2024

One of Middle Tennessee’s more beloved signs of spring is showering petals this week: the iconic sakura or cherry blossom tree.Honeybee flying to cherry blossom flower.

Beloved for their white and pink-hued profusion of flowers, cherry blossom trees reach their peak bloom in Nashville around the second to fourth weeks of March and can be spotted across the city thanks to organizations like the Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival, which have planted over 1,000 trees in the area in recent years. 

These beautiful trees can be spotted from Shelby Avenue to Centennial Park to Cheekwood Estate and Gardens, but did you know they’re an easy and beautiful addition to the home landscape as well?

Relatively compact compared to taller trees, they make a stunning focal point in the landscape with their explosion of blooms in spring and robust green foliage in summer. And for spring allergy sufferers, cherry blossom trees are not commonly recognized as a culprit for seasonal sniffles, so you can enjoy the blooms without the blues.

To read more of Lukas's information, click here.

For more information, contact the Davey Nashville office.

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