Every Monday I post a photo of cherry blossom, taken in Japan or London. Today’s photo has a special significance – it’s a picture from last year of the cherry blossom avenue on Chester Road in Regent’s Park, which is being cut down today.
They’re going because they’re old and diseased – there’ll be new trees planted for next year. For more information and photos, see this post on my blog, Sequins and Cherry Blossom.
If you’re making plans for cherry blossom viewing, my London Parks Cherry Blossom Top Five is packed with information on the best cherry blossom viewing spots in London. I’ll be updating it regularly during the 2015 season.
Plus you might like to try my East-West fusion murder mystery The Cherry Blossom Murder. Discovering a body under the cherry blossom sets expat Londoner Josie Clark on a trail that takes her backstage at Japan’s unique and spectacular Takarazuka Revue as she fights to expose a murderer, save a priceless treasure and sort out her tangled love life.
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