THEY’RE COMING! According BCRP Forestry director Erik Dihle, the city’s arborist, we can expect the Yoshino cherry (white) blossoms around Druid Hill Park to start popping around March 16-18, depending on the weather. “The cooler snap we have coming up could slow things some,” Dihle said. The Kanzan (pink) blossoms are expected the first week of April. Both are about two weeks ahead of normal schedule.