The tea-cup sized magnolia trees encircling Cleopatra’s Needle are truly breathtaking, they dress the barren branches with bright colors from early to mid-April.
A pilgrim statue sits atop a hill that comes alive with spring color in early April when the prolific Yoshino cherry trees hit peak bloom.
The colorful tulips take center stage while blushing crab apple trees loom in the background. And don’t even get me started on the prolific magnolia trees!
They don’t call it Cherry Hill for nothing, that’s for sure. Every year, like clockwork, the mature Yoshino trees that line the path burst with spring color
Be prepared for crowds any time of year, but especially in the spring when the surrounding trees explode with vibrant colors and fragrant blooms.