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Conceived by Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr. in 1867, the 370-acre park was later redesigned by the Olmsted Brothers firm. The collection of Japanese Flowering Cherry trees (Prunus), established in 1928, numbers more than 4,000 today and rivals the more famous collection in Washington, D.C.’s Potomac Basin both in actual number and varieties. Learn more at www.tclf.org
Photograph by Yong Hee Kim