Spring is just around the corner and while we've been cooped up due to Covid, it's going to be nice to get out and enjoy some nature.

I saw a post on reddit asking for the "Good places to see blossom trees."

People were quick to comment.

I feel kind of lucky as I have a park nearby with plenty of blooms. I also have a lilac bush in my yard. I love the smell when they come into bloom,

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Lots of great ideas were posted.

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I know that I'm up for a drive and I can't wait for spring to get here. I too would love to see some beautiful blossoms in the area.

We're fortunate enough to live in a thriving community of local vineyards and more. Tri-Cities has it all when you really think about it.

Where have you seen some awesome blooming trees in Tri-Cities?

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