Tree Tour: Cherry Blossoms with Washington Walks
By late 19th century, the quantity and diversity of tree species located in Washington earned the District the moniker "City of Trees." It was during this era that Eliza Scidmore, an American writer, photographer and first female board member of the National Geographic Society, began her many visits to the country that came to captivate her: Japan. There Scidmore first encountered Prunus x yedoensis - the exquisite flowering Yoshino cherry tree.
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