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Hoa Anh Đào Nhạc phẩm: Ai Lên Xu Hoa Dào Hoàng Nguyên Ca si: Anh Tuyêt. History of Cherry Trees in America. City of Tokyo gave 3,000 Cherry trees to Washington, D.C., in 1912. 3,800 more Cherry trees were given in 1965.

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History of Cherry Trees in America

  • City of Tokyo gave 3,000 Cherry trees to Washington, D.C., in 1912.
  • 3,800 more Cherry trees were given in 1965.
  • In 1981 the cycle of giving came full circle. Japanese horticulturalists came to take cuttings from our trees to replace Yoshino cherry trees in Japan which had been destroyed in a flood.
  • Cuttings from a famous 1500 years old Japanese cherry tree in Gifu province were planted in Washington D.C.
  • - The National Cherry Blossom Festival annually commemorates the gifts of Japan to America

Compiled by Tuan Vu

Olympia, WA