Going Out Guide announced the winner of the cherry blossom haiku contest.
Celebrating 100 years since the Japanese gave us the trees.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial takes its place in the ring of cherry blossoms.
In a Japanese town contaminated by radiation, the blossoms bloom alone.
A century of drama, beauty and U.S.-Japanese relations frame D.C.’s most famous trees.
A set of 30 rare scrolls will be at the National Gallery of Art for four weeks to mark the 100th anniversary of the planting of D.C.’s cherry trees, a gift from Tokyo.
Decades after the United States imprisoned Japanese Americans during World War II, a community struggles with its mixed legacy.
Scientists theorize that with drastic global warming, future decades could see cherry blossoms bloom not just a few days early but almost a month.
The daring, mysterious life of Eliza Scidmore, whose work blooms along the Tidal Basin.
We paired reader haikus with some of our favorite reader cherry blossom photos.
Children’s artwork marks 100th anniversary of Washington’s special trees.
A look back at blooms at Washington’s Tidal Basin.