The weather is finally starting to feel less like winter and more like spring in Brampton. Now that spring looks like it’s here to stay cherry blossoms will be blooming in no time.

So when will the beautiful Instagram-worthy blooms make their appearance in Brampton? Start dusting off your camera and planning your outfit for next week — peak bloom is expected for late-April into early May.

The blooms will only last for a few days before they die and fall to the ground so you’ll want to mark it in your calendar so you don’t miss it.

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Cherry blossoms.

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Crowds will be descending on Toronto’s High Park and Mississauga’s Kariya Park, but you can skip those and enjoy Brampton’s own little patch of sakura here in the city—right at Joyce Archdekin Park. The park is located along to Main Street South, close to the Nanwood Drive intersection. Start coordinating your photoshoots now!