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Best Places to See Cherry Blossoms in Maryland

Glenview Mansion in Rockville, MD has kwanzan cherry blossoms in Maryland that are truly stunning. Come on a weekday, since on weekends it is typically closed for events.

South Germantown Recreational Park has cherry blossom trees along its HeartSmart Trail.

The Kenwood neighborhood in Bethesda is known for its impressive Cherry Blossom displays. Take a leisurely walk through the charming streets and admire the beautiful pink and white blossoms.

So why fight the crowds in DC when you can enjoy the beauty of Cherry Blossom season in Montgomery County?

If you're up for a hike, the Rachel Carson Greenway Trail in Derwood offers a scenic route through the woods with beautiful views of the Cherry Blossoms.

Green Park in Gaithersburg is a green space nestled inside a neighborhood with a playground, surrounded by cherry blossom trees.

Epworth United Methodist Church in Gaithersburg, Maryland has planted a whole bunch of kwanzan cherry blossom trees right in front of the church entrance. 

Montgomery County is home to several beautiful parks and trails where you can enjoy the Cherry Blossoms without the hustle and bustle of the Tidal Basin. The more north you go, the peak bloom can shift by a week to two after DC’s peak blossom. 

Brookside Gardens in Wheaton is a popular spot for Cherry Blossom viewing, with over 300 cherry trees. The gardens also offer a variety of other flowers and plants, as well as a butterfly exhibit.

Another great spot is the National Park Seminary in Forest Glen, where you can stroll through the historic campus and admire the blooming cherry trees. 


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