Cherry Blossoms | Flower Appreciation

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There are over 1600 parks and gardens under the management of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) across Hong Kong. Featuring green canopies and seasonal blooms all year round, such parks and gardens draw crowds of flower viewers taking pictures during flowering seasons. Among an array of flowering plants, some species are in particular popular with visitors. To facilitate members of the public to appreciate flowers in a timely manner, we will make available on this website the information on those beloved species, including Red Leaves, Purple Tabebuia, Cherry Blossoms, Yellow Pui, Camel's Foot Tree, Rhododendron, Lotus Flower, Queen Crape Myrtle and Hong Kong Orchid Tree.

Cherry Blossoms

Long a big favourite among flower lovers, there are many varieties of cherry blossoms in masses of stunning white, light pink to dark pink flowers.  It is a deciduous tree in the family Rosaceae.  The cherry blossom season is in spring.  The warmer the weather, the earlier the flowering period starts. The blooms may last for a week or two, but all subject to the species involved and the temperature.  What makes cherry blossom trees unique is that new foliage will not emerge until the flowering period draws to a close.  The cherry blossom trees found in Hong Kong are normally not tall, making them perfect for viewing up close.

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