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A full list of where to find Cherry Blossoms in Toronto

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It’s nearly that time of year, people! The spring weather may have been pretty brutal thus far, but that hasn’t stopped our huge collection of cherry trees from getting ready to blossom. Plus, we’re pretty excited to see thousands of these blossoms light up our parks and neighbourhoods with blush shades and pink hues.

Now, you could just stroll around town blindly looking for the prettiest pinks in the city, but there has to be an easier way! Oh, there actually is. The City of Toronto has actually created a map that includes all 15 parks that will be filled with cherry blossoms as the blooming begins.

 

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To make it even easier, we’ll list ’em out for you right here!

  • Birkdale Ravine – 1100 Brimley Rd., Scarborough.
  • Broadacres Park – 35 Crendon Dr., Etobicoke.
  • Cedar Ridge Park – 225 Confederation Dr., Scarborough.
  • Cedarvale Park – 443 Arlington Ave., York.
  • Centennial Park –  151 Elmcrest Rd., Etobicoke.
  • Cherry Street and Villiers Street 
  • Edwards Gardens – 755 Lawrence Ave. E, North York.
  • High Park – 1873 Bloor St. W., Toronto.
  • Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre – 6 Garamond Crt., North York.
  • John P. Robarts Research Library – 130 St George St., Toronto.
  • Toronto Island Park
  • Trinity Bellwoods Park – 790 Queen St. W., Toronto.
  • University of Toronto Scarborough Campus – 1265 Military Tr., Scarborough.
  • Woodbine Park – 1695 Queen St. E., Toronto.
  • York University – 4700 Keele St., North York.

Get out there and enjoy some beautiful cherry blossoms, Toronto! Or just get out there and flex some new colours for the ‘gram. Remember, ‘no likes’ means you can post whatever you want!

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