Fresno County’s Blossom Trail consists of many flowering trees, such as almond, plum, apple, citrus, apricot, nectarine and peach blossoms. The trail is essentially much of Central Valley south from Fresno, so it is far from being one specific location or farm. Nevertheless, there are still points of interest.
As if magic, there lies something pretty among the not so pretty part of Fresno in Calwa. It is a suburb known for being subject to pollution due to industrial growth (such as the newly constructed Amazon Warehouse nearby). Just a few miles away, Intersecting East Jensen and S Clovis is Simonian Farms, a point of interest in Fresno County’s Blossom Trail.
Of course, the blossoms currently are not in season, but with this information, we can best enjoy the blossoms properly when they are back in season.
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. 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 2023 updates.