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The Montreal "Cherry Blossom Tree Festival" You Need To Check Out Before It's Too Late

You'll have a blooming good time.
The Montreal "Cherry Blossom Tree Festival" You Need To Check Out Before It's Too Late

I don't know about you guys, but nothing maks me happier than seeing gorgeous, blossoming pink trees all over Montreal.

READ MORE: Montreal's Botanical Garden Is Hosting A Tulip Festival

Although Montreal doesn't really have legit blooming AF cherry blossom trees, because our climate doesn't exactly allow for them to thrive here, we do have a bunch of other glorious cherry blossom lookalikes - like crabapple trees and magnolia trees.

via @anne_ki_ki

And it just so happens that you can catch these glorious trees throughout the city, but no spot is more beautiful than Montreal's very own Botanical Garden (4101 Rue Sherbrooke E).

via @carmelledaroza

The "cherry blossoms" bloom at the Botanical Garden during the month of May, which means that after the month is up, you probably won't be able to check them out in all their glory.

via @lenou_vt

For those of you who are extra big lovers of "cherry blossoms", good news!

The Botanical Garden is even hosting a special picnic under the crabapple trees on May 21. 

Register for the picnic by May 15, and on the 21st, bring a blanket (no chairs), an appetite, and prepare to be blown away by the beautiful trees and good vibes!

via @somethings.in.the.air

via @oliviacbeats

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For more information on this, check out the Botanical Garden's official website.

*Cover image is not of event. 

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