Cherry blossoms beginning to pop in Door County

One of Door County’s biggest attractions for sight-seers this time of year is the cherry blossoms throughout the local orchards.  Typically blooming in mid to late May, the cherry tree blossoms appear to be on schedule again this year, according to Steve Wood of Wood Orchards in Egg Harbor and Sturgeon Bay.  He shares this week’s current status.


Wood says his cherry trees survived the winter well and appear ready for a good harvest later this year.  According to the Door County Visitors Bureau, there are over 2,500 acres of orchards in Door County.  


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