From front yards to boat decks, Washingtonians have decorated their homes with beautiful blossom décor and this map will tell you where to find them!
The blossoming beauty of the sakura trees may be fleeting and the National Cherry Blossom Parade may be canceled, but Washingtonians ain’t skipping out on celebrating the season in full force!
As part of this year’s National Cherry Blossom Festival’s Petal Porch Parade, many locals have decorated their homes with bright shades of pink and giant blossom décor to help spread the joy of cherry blossom season. Bright pink lights, gorgeous lamps, giant sakura flowers, tinsel and a cherry blossom Bernie are but a few props you’ll find adorning houses throughout DC that will have you basking in the beauty of the season even after the dainty blossoms fall from the tree.
And the best part? The Cherry Blossom Festival has created a handy dandy map to help you out during your Petal Porch hunt. Grab your bike, car, or best pair of walking shoes and head out on the hunt for some cherry-blossom-inspired décor. The petal porches will be up until Sunday, April 11, and can be found throughout multiple neigborhoods throughout DC, Maryland and Virginia.
The Cherry Blossom Festival is also encouraging Petal Porch hunters to share their best shots with them by tagging their photos with the #PetalPorchParade to help spread the joy of sakura season in the city!
See also: 8 Sakura-Inspired Treats To Eat Your Way Through Cherry Blossom Season In DC
[Featured image: Facebook / National Cherry Blossom Festival]