Spring is finally here which means warmer weather, the smell of dew in the morning, and of course, the most beautiful of all- pink cherry blossom. Adding a dose of beauty to any landscape, the trees pop with blossom for a short time in March, with stunning pastel pink flowers that flow in the wind. If you’re looking for a new walk or day trip out these beautiful flowers are the perfect excuse, so check out our guide to where to see cherry blossom in Liverpool and further afield this spring.
1. Sefton Park
Nestled within Liverpool’s second largest park, Sefton Park, cherry blossom trees are scattered across this green space. One notable part of the park to not miss whilst on your cherry blossom trail is the area next to the bandstand which is a picture perfect setting with the beautiful pink petals and the Victorian structure.
2. Wavertree Botanic Gardens
Located east of the Liverpool city centre near Edge Hill station, cherry blossom is abundant here. There is a lovely run of the trees within this beautifully-manicured, 19th century park where you can see cherry blossom in full bloom. Follow the path through the park and take in all that glorious pinkness.
3. Greenbank Park
Not far from Penny Lane you’ll find Greenbank Park. The cherry blossom trees at this Liverpool park are situated next to a gorgeous tranquil lake and is the perfect spot for some calm, quiet moments during the springtime. Witness the cherry blossom then relax within The Watering Can’s outdoor dining space which backs onto the park for some tasty food and drink.
The village of Woolton is quaint enough all year round but add in some blooming wonderful white cherry blossom trees and this Liverpool area is next level. Mainly found on Menlove Avenue that borders onto Calderstones Park, the trees sit pretty on a green patch in the middle of the road draping over passers by when in full bloom come April.
5. Chavasse Park
This park situated at Liverpool ONE offers more than just shopping and dining out. Whether you’re visiting for a meal out or simply out for a shopping spree, drop down the steps of the park towards Albert Dock and you’ll be greeted by a few cherry blossom trees which are bound to brighten your day.
6. Georgian Quarter
There’s nothing quite like a stroll through the Georgian Quarter on a warm, sunny day but it gets even better at spring time. This Liverpool area gets a dose of pink with a pretty cherry blossom tree in bloom as you walk past Falkner Square Gardens with the rows of Georgian townhouses as part of the backdrop.
7. Calderstones Park
This 94-acre park south of Liverpool that’s brimming with history is not only dotted with mansions, woodland, botanical gardens, ancient megaliths and leafy walks but also cherry blossom too. Enjoy a tranquil stroll away from the hustle and bustle at Calderstones Park and get a dose of cherry blossom this spring whilst you’re there.