An old Japanese word for spring is sakura-doki which means ''cherry blossom time''. This gives an indication of the age-old Japanese passion for the cherry blossoms and the special delight felt when viewing them at springtime hana-mi (flower viewing) parties. Each year, Washington, D.C., celebrates its own Cherry Blossom Festival with the trees that were given a a gift of friendship from Japan as the centerpiece.
This set of eight note cards feature the Kwanzan Cherry and Yoshino Cherry trees (four of each) and come with envelops. They measure 3.5 by 5 inches and are made in the USA.