Cherry Trees in D.C.
This is a map of all the cherry trees in the District. Many of these trees were planted by the Urban Forestry Administration (DDOT) as street trees, while some have been planted by us.
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Click each tree to bring up a popup window of tree characteristics. Blanks in the popup window indicate that the data may be unreliable. Street View and satellite imagery may not reflect recent plantings. Each popup window indicates who was responsible for the plantings.
White dots are the familiar Yoshino cherry trees, turquoise dots represent snow goose cherry trees, pink dots mark the location of the pink double-blossomed Kwanzan cherry trees (which bloom about two weeks after the Yoshino), and red dots signify all other cherry trees, which include black cherry, edible cherry, Okame cherry and weeping cherry trees.