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Thousands of visitors have been flocking to Brooklyn Botanic Garden this spring, and every spring, to view our collection of flowering cherries. Here are some little-known facts. Well, many of them do, anyway. Though these trees were bred for flowers, not fruit, some do produce small cherries, which appear during the summer. Cherry blossom season usually lasts about a month from the earliest bloomers—this year the ever-blooming cherry Prunus sargentii 'Fudan-zakura' —to the latest, usually the 'Kanzan' P. But an individual tree may only be in bloom for a week or two, depending on the weather.