posted 6 years ago in Flowers
Post # 4
9955 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

Cannot answer your Question with any certainty… you need to talk to a florist.

BUT Cherry Blossoms are on a tree, and happen in the springtime when the sap moves back up the trunk to the branches and sparks the flower buds.

Not sure WHERE it would be Spring in January… so as that this would happen… but there might be some place.

Just be aware, that if you choose “out of season blooms” or ones that have to be brought in from elsewhere around the globe, that prices reflect that.

They are gorgeous though, so totally understand why you have fallen in love with them.


Post # 5
1628 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

Pretty much, no. Not the type of cherry blossom you want at least (there are others that bloom in winter but look different and may only be in Japan).

Cherry blossoms have an extremely limited “season”…they bloom and then fall off in about a week’s time. Their season is in the spring (late-March through April being primary), and because of the short life, importing them is expensive and highly unlikely to be successful in January. But as PP said, talk to your florist about it.

If you’re dead set on cherry blossoms, go for silk flowers.

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