The Biggest Trees in Washington?

Answer The state of Washington is mostly covered by forest. Among the miles and miles of trees throughout the state are record-holding trees that are the largest of their kind. Coincidentally, the largest... Read More »

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Fruit & Nut Trees in Washington?

If you've ever been to the Pacific Northwest, then you know that there is no shortage of trees in the area. In the state of Washington, the areas on both sides of the Cascade Mountains are full of ... Read More »

How to Grow Fruit Trees in Washington?

Some fruit trees grow naturally in Washington, including apples and pears. Although Washington does have a summer season, its summers sometimes stay cooler than many areas, so growers should choose... Read More »

When do cherry trees bloom in washington dc?

Washington, D.C.'s famous cherry trees typically bloom between late March and early April. The average peak bloom date is April 4. The official website of the National Cherry Blossom Festival defin... Read More »

Where did Washington, D.C., get its cherry blossom trees?

The cherry blossom trees in Washington, D.C., were a gift from Japan. In February 1912, 3,020 trees were shipped to the United States from Yokohama, Japan. The trees inspired the annual National Ch... Read More »