In the spring, the famous cherry blossoms in Washington DC are covered in beautiful pink and white flowers, followed by fresh green leaves. During the summer, they’re covered in a thick covering of dark green leaves. In the winter they’re completely bare. Here’s what they look like in the fall as they lose their leaves.
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