Spring has arrived in Southern Ontario it’s finally starting to feel like it. It’s the season of flowers and the Brampton cherry blossoms are about to bloom.

Last year the gorgeous sakura in Joyce Archdekin Park, located on Main Street in between Steeles Avenue and Nanwood Drive, had tons of visitors. People flocked to the area for selfies and family photo shoots because–let’s be honest–trying to visit the High Park cherry blossoms can get pretty crazy.

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This year the cherry blossoms are expected to bloom in the last week of April, into mid-May. It’s a short time frame, but well worth the planning to snag a few photos of these elusive, but beautiful blooms.

If you’re driving, you can park at Shoppers World or in the Metro parking lot across the street and walk over. If you’re going by Brampton transit, you can take the 502 Main Street Züm bus and get off at the Nanwood stop.