CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - “Blossom lane” at Brookside Reservation is in full bloom.
The Yoshino cherry trees, first planted in the 1990s were a gift from the Japanese Association of Northeast Ohio to the citizens of Cleveland.
The gift was in appreciation to the American people for their friendship.
Visitors to the park can take the “blossom stroll" and learn the cultural history of the trees.
The Brookside Reservation is one of the City of Cleveland’s oldest neighborhood parks. The reservation is a 132-acre refuge for wildlife.