Fresno County Blossom Trail - 36 Colorful Years! 27 Colorful Years
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2024 Fresno County Blossom Trail Posters

The new 2024 poster is now available!

Posters from past years are also still available for purchase at the following locations:

Fresno County Office of Tourism
2220 Tulare Street, 8th Floor
Fresno, CA 93721
(559) 600-4271

Greater Reedley Chamber of Commerce
(559) 638-3548

Shipping, online ordering, and a gallery of past and present posters is available through the Sanger Chamber of Commerce
(559) 875-4575

Cost: $15 each signed, or $10 unsigned; $15 for previous years.
Please make checks payable to:
Fresno County Blossom Trail.

2024 Blossom Trail Poster, Artist Chieko Delgado2024 Blossom Trail Poster
by Artist Chieko Delgado

Previous Blossom Trail poster are still available!

Stay Updated!
Find Blossom Trail Updates as reported by residents, farms, and Blossom Trail Supporters. You can also submit updates.

Jenna previews the Fresno County Blossom Trail - KMPH

Blossom Trail Festival video from ValleyPBS

PG&E, the Official Sponsor of the 2024 Fresno County Blossom Trail
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Special Thanks to Sanger Rotary Foundation
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This self-guided motor or bicycle tour is organized by the Fresno County Blossom Trail Committee, a partnership between the County of Fresno and the Chambers of Commerce in Sanger, Kingsburg, Reedley, Orange Cove, Selma and Fowler to celebrate and feature the beauty of Fresno County's agriculture and a few historical points of interest. Panoramas of orchards full of fruit trees alive with fragrance and bursting with blossoms await you.

How to recognize the Blossoms you see...

Almond Blossoms
have white petals. Two or more varieties may be planted in the same orchard for cross pollination by bees. Harvesting, usually done mechanically, runs from late Aug. to early Oct.

Plum Blossoms are white. At least two varieties will be planted in an orchard for cross pollination. Over 200 varieties are grown commercially. Harvested in June to late September.

Apricot Blossoms have white petals, sometimes with hints of pink. Fewer than 12 varieties are grown commercially. Harvest season lasts two to three weeks during mid to late May.

Peach and Nectarine Blossoms feature pink to red petals and bloom at the same time. Over 100 varieties are grown commercially. Harvest runs mid-May to October.

Apple Blossoms have white petals. Up to six varieties are grown commercially in Fresno County. Harvest is Aug. to Nov.

Citrus Blossoms are white with a most aromatic fragrance. Navel and Valencia oranges, Mandarins, and lemons are the most common citrus grown locally. Mandarin trees are frequently covered with a fine mesh to prevent bees from pollinating the flowers, which would cause the fruit to form seeds.

The 2024 Blossom Trail season over. However, blooms turn into fruits and nuts, so be on the lookout for fresh tree fruit starting in May through early fall.

Orchards along the Blossom Trail are private property, not open to public access. Visitors can view and photograph the blossoms safely from the shoulder of the road. DO NOT ENTER ANY ORCHARD - DOING SO IS TRESPASSING. Make sure all vehicles are pulled completely off of the road.

Respect the beauty of the trail and please don't litter. Dogs are discouraged, but must remain on a leash. Many orchards are patrolled by farm dogs.

Blossom viewing is typically mid-February to mid-March. We will provide website and Twitter updates on weather and blossom conditions. Be sure to click on the Stay Updated link in the upper middle of the page or follow us on Twitter for 2025 updates.

Visit and @GoFruitTrail on Twitter to learn about the fresh fruit available on the Fresno County Fruit Trail when the fruit and nuts begin harvesting (strawberries will start in April).

We anticipate most of the regular Blossom Trail community events to resume as normal this year, but many have not been confirmed. We will post 2024 information as we get it.

Blossom Trail Opening Ceremony
February 9, 2024 at 10:00am
Hosted by the City of Kingsburg and Kingsburg Chamber of Commerce.

Blossom Trail Bus Tours (with wine tasting)
Saturday, February 24, 2024 - Sanger, CA

34th Annual Kings River Blossom Bike Ride - Saturday, March 2, 2024 - Reedley, CA

27th Annual Blossom Trail 10K Run - Saturday, March 2, 2024 - Sanger, CA

Blossom Days Festival Car Show - Saturday, March 9, 2024 - Sanger, CA

Native Plant Society 20th Anniversary - Saturday, March 9, 2024 - Centerville, CA
Google Map Location Link

Blossom Days Festival Lego Masters - Saturday, March 9, 2024 - Sanger, CA

Fields of Fresno Ag Tours - Various dates and locations. Check website for current offerings

Blossom Trail Train - Saturdays & Sundays, March 2 & 3, March 9 & 10, and March 16 & 17, 2024 - Reedley, CA

Blossom Trail Art at the Fair
(Fine Arts Exhibit)

October 2024
- Big Fresno Fair

For more information contact:

Fresno County Office of Tourism




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Front entrance of Simonian Farms farmstore

Fresno County Office of Tourism

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