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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Central Park Shows Spring About to Hit New York

Springtime is about to strike.  The first buds have been spotted this morning in a cold, rainy Central Park, as evidenced below. 

Tulips began shooting up as early as the last week of February.  Soon the cherry blossoms around the Onassis Reservoir will bloom.  I estimate the cherry blossoms should be in bloom the first week of April.

Typically -- according to my subjective observation --  Central Park trees bloom two weeks earlier than comparable trees in other locations around the New York metropolitan area.

Eric Dixon is a New York investigative lawyer.  This article has absolutely no relevance to the issues of the law, crime in general, politics or public policy.  This article only illustrates that the author likes flowers in the spring.  No implication is made as to the author's orientation...not that there's anything wrong with that.  The author just likes to see when the trees bloom.  Sorry to disappoint that segment of the readership.


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