It may be chilly and rainy now, but this weekend was a different story. Those who headed to Washington, D.C. to see the cherry blossoms were not disappointed.
The long wait is finally over for visitors who have been yearning for a whiff of a giant flower that smells oddly like rotting flesh.
A giant rainforest plant known as a corpse flower for its terrible smell is set to bloom at the U.S. Botanic Garden next to the Capitol.
Something strange is happening at the Rawlings Conservatory in Druid Hill Park.
The National Park Service has updated its predicted peak bloom time for the District of Columbia’s cherry trees for a second time, moving it back a few days.
pring is here, finally and it’s a great time to stop and smell the flowers at the Rawlings Conservatory.
The National Park Service is updating its predicted peak bloom time for the District of Columbia’s cherry trees, now saying the peak bloom will come in early April.
The flowering trees that symbolize friendship between the United States and Japan are blooming for the 99th time in Washington in the wake of one of the world’s worst natural disasters.