Pink Wave Sighted at Last

At Wisconsin Avenue and O Street NW, one of the flower baskets maintained by the Georgetown Business Improvement District.
At Wisconsin Avenue and O Street NW, one of the flower baskets maintained by the Georgetown Business Improvement District.

Only last week, we thought that winter was lingering a little too long as we observed the baskets of holiday decorations along Wisconsin Avenue and M Street, seeming stuck in time. Thankfully, just in time for the Georgetown Garden Tour this weekend, spring will be fully sprung. Petunia-palooza, anyone?

The petunias are the responsibility of the Georgetown Business Improvement District, which refills 300 baskets on the streetlamp posts within its boundaries. These signature pink wave petunias are part of the beautification program by the Georgetown BID, attractive to residents and visitors alike. They help to highlight the fullness of the season in this special corner of D.C.

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