Bil Browning

Spring Has Sprung: The DC Edition

Filed By Bil Browning | March 27, 2011 2:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Living
Tags: spring has sprung, spring solstice

If you follow me on Twitter, you probably already know that one of my favorite things about living in DC is that Spring comes earlier than it does in Indianapolis. The dogwoods, cherry trees, tulips and daffodils are all blooming here. I get excited every Spring when I see the first flowers blooming.


What's your favorite part of Spring? Are flowers blooming yet where you live?

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Not yet, I'm in your former state. It's been winters last breath of late.

Kathy Padilla | March 27, 2011 4:01 PM


I know spring is not to far off here as the Star of Bethlem I can't seem to eradicate from my lawn always beats the crocus.

Daffodils, forsythia and crocus have been blooming a week or so here, but today it is snowing hard here in Topeka, KS.

I love when the bluebonnets start blooming here in Texas. It's been rather dry this winter, so it doesn't look like we'll have an overabundance of them this spring, which makes me sad.

Maybe I'll have to try and get out to DC while the cherry blossoms are blooming so I can experience some spring time.

Sacramento March rains were double normal so many fruit trees have lost their blooms. Our first warm and sunny days usually put everyone in an optimistic mood. 65 degrees today may start a trend. But {gulp} lets not have a fast thaw of the snow on the mountains above us and lets hope our valley levees & dams hold.

Seems like for the perfect spring we should all visit you in DC!