We will track the progression of the cherry blossom blooms throughout the season from the time that buds break to the last petals, so check back regularly and watch for updates.
May 7: Blossoms starting to fall
May 4: Blossoms at peak bloom!
May 2: Blossoms at 50% bloom
April 30: Stems elongating and some petals are emerging
April 28: Flowers growing out of the buds and stems elongating
April 23: Individual flowers visible in the buds
April 18: Buds Swelling
April 12: Buds Starting to Turn Green
April 2: Buds Still Closed
March 26: Buds Still Closed
March 18: Buds Still Closed
Predicting peak bloom can be difficult, but as buds start to open you can estimate when the flowers will bloom. Check out our gallery below for an approximate timeline of cherry blossom bloom!
Thank you to the Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation for their generous support of the High Park Cherry Blossom Watch in 2013.