An impressionist digital oil painting of the Japanese Kwanzan cherry tree that blooms every May in my Chester County Pennsylvania garden. I had a cherry tree like this in my backyard when I was a child and it was very dear to me. When we moved to East Nottingham one of the first things I planted was this tree, which was nothing more than a 2 foot long stick it at the time. Now she fills our second story master bedroom window frame-to-frame with her blossoms each spring. Seventeen years after planting her, she has definitely earned her title as "Queen of the Garden." Please visit my Land Escapes art gallery to see more artwork of my beautiful little corner of the world.
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May 25th, 2020
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