Screenshot of Casey Trees' cherry blossom map.

It's cherry blossom season, and local nonprofit Casey Trees is back with its updated Cherry Blossom Map to help you find the blooms. They've mapped out all of the different kinds of cherry trees across the District, not just the showy Yoshino trees tourists flock to by the Tidal Basin.

“Other than in their obvious downtown locations, the cherry trees are vaguely clustered around the ‘outer’ edges of the city. So check it out, search for the address of your house, work, or favorite brunch spot and get wandering around the city. There are truly so many trees – and parts of our city! – to enjoy,” wries Casey Trees' Jona Elwell in a blog post.

Even though they don't actually produce the cherries we eat, DC's cherry trees still gorgeous! Here are a few bonus photos from our Flickr pool for you to enjoy:

Cherry blossoms in Petworth by Bekah Richards used with permission.

Sunday Morning at the Tidal Basin by Jim Havard used with permission.

General Scott and cherry blossoms by Joe Flood licensed under Creative Commons.

Cherry Blossoms in bloom by jl22205 used with permission.

Bikeshare at the blossoms by Joe Flood licensed under Creative Commons.

Julie Strupp is Greater Greater Washington's Managing Editor. She's a journalist committed to building inclusive, equitable communities and finding solutions. Previously she's written for DCist, Washingtonian, the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, and others. You can usually find her sparring with her judo club, pedaling around the city, or hanging out on her Columbia Heights stoop.