It’s Earth Day and the Upper West Side is in bloom, even if most of us don’t get out often enough to see it. Photos from hotspots in the neighborhood show that blossoms are blooming — apple blossoms, cherry blossoms, whatever else blossoms.
The cherry trees at 93rd Street in central Park are blooming:
Central Park’s Conservancy Garden on the East Side around 105th Street also has some striking crabapple trees.
Rows of Crabapple trees are in full bloom at Conservatory Garden in Central Park. pic.twitter.com/faAyQkdjZr
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Central Park also has cherry trees on the West side of the park by the Reservoir, around 89th Street.
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