What month is cherry blossom in Seattle? When? Cherry blossoms are frighteningly fickle and fleeting, only lasting for a couple of weeks. According to UW arborist Sara Shores, they usually reach peak bloom (when 70 percent of the flowers are out) the third week of March. That tracks in 2022, but milder weather can nudge that timing around from year to year.
How long do the cherry blossoms last at UW? The answer is: Any day now — probably by the weekend — and for about three weeks, depending on the weather.
Does Seattle have cherry blossoms? Flowering cherry trees burst into bloom, usually from mid-March through mid-April throughout the Pacific Northwest. Exactly when depends on the variety: early blooming versus late blooming. Seattle cherry blossom season begins with (red/pink) buds that burst into (pink/white) flower.
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The first pink buds appear on the trees in early March. By mid-March, the earliest varieties start blooming along the city streets. The peak bloom lasts for about two weeks from late March to early April. Then flowers fade, and green leaves begin to unfold.