Herbert Park, Dublin (Cherry blossom Flower)
Spring is here! Cherry blossom flower season, when everyone dream to visit Japan once in life. Travel from Ireland to Japan, not a good idea! Hoping just to have a glimpse of cherry blossom flower. Why not visit Herbert Park in Dublin, Ireland to see the beauty of cherry blossom flower in our own country.
Yes, this is Ireland, not Japan. It’s a small park but worth visiting in Spring, where things turn perfect pink to show true colors of spring.
“The cherry blossom represents the fragility and the beauty of life.It’s a reminder that life is almost overwhelmingly beautiful but that it is also tragically short.”
The Japanese symbolic Cherry Blossom Trees which is the symbol of Spring. Japanese families eagerly await for this time of year. They celebrate cherry blossom festivals or simply enjoy hanami. It is the tradition of viewing and enjoying the beauty of the cherry blossom.
This tradition is spreading worldwide. If you are resident of Ireland and wanted to enjoy the beauty of cherry blossom you can spot them in many areas. My favorite place is Herbert Park in Ballsbridge, Dublin.
Cherry blossom Tress are fully bloomed in April, which gives a spectacular view. It’s season usually lasts about a month and each individual tree may only flower for about a week.
If you visiting Ireland and looking for a calm place to stay, this can be your perfect choice.
According to researchers, spring is getting shorter by 30 seconds every year. So before the spring gets over to enjoy the beauty of Cherry blossom and live alive.
“Spring is when life’s alive in Everything”.